Just moments ago, Apple released yet another small update of iOS for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to the general public. Labeled iOS 4.3.5, it’s here to resolve some additional security issues related to certificates. as mentioned in the changelog:
A security issue has been resolved with certificate verification.
Apple has been very busy fixing security issues lately, iOS 4.3.4, the last version, was released just 10 days ago. As a reminder, its goal was to close the security hole exploited by the latest jailbreak. Either way, knowing how painful the update process is, it makes us even more impatient for the public arrival of over-the-air delta updates that Apple is currently testing with its developers on iOS 5.
As usual, we’ll keep you posted if we discover, or hear about any new features.
As for jailbreakers, a tethered jailbreak should be made available shortly for every iDevice besides the iPad 2. If you’re still on 4.3.3 and care about the untethered jailbreak, make sure to stay away from this update.