iOS 4.3.3 for iPhone released

A promised fix by Apple for iPad, iPad 2, iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS, specifically for its location tracking controversy has been released today through iTunes after some sort of glitch has been found in the iOS crowd-source location database cache.

The controversy started on April 27 when most of Apple fanboys noticed that their devices backs up the cache to iTunes and deletes the cache entirely when their Location Services is turned off.

Here is what the update screen looks like in iTunes:

Does this mean an end to the location data controversy and possibly stop us from searching for best supplements for all our iOS needs?

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