May 2, 2011 | Andy Boxall
The team over at BGR have heard another version of iOS 4.3 will be coming to an iPhone near you soon, and it’s primary reason-for-being is to fix that naughty tracking ‘bug’. It was casually mentioned by Apple that we should expect a software fix at some point, when they officially responded to the tracking allegations last week.
According to the leak, iOS 4.3.3 will stop the backup of the location database to your computer, reduce the size of said database and delete it entirely of you turn off Location Services. Additionally, the update will bring some improvements to the battery life along with some iPod bug fixes too.