March 25, 2011 at 1:44 PM ET
Apple has just released the iOS 4.3.1 software update — a cure for various iOS bugs and the graphical glitches which have been plaguing iPod Touch users for a while.
Apparently there were some peculiar graphical weirdiosities which occasionally drove owners of fourth generation iPod Touch devices insane. No more of that though, because this update will supposedly put an end to the flickering and pixilating.
Other things included in the iOS update are fixes for the issues some devices were experiencing when activating and connecting to cellular networks, a resolution for authentication issues experienced by some enterprise Web services, and some bug fixes for owners of Apple's Digital AV Adapters.
If you're ready to install iOS 4.3.1 on your iOS device (iPod Touch, iPad, or AT&T iPhone — this update is not for the Verizon iPhone), then connect the gadget to iTunes and hit the "check for updates" button.