Download iOS 4.3.4 For iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad 2, 1, And Pod touch [DIRECT LINKS]

As we’ve speculated over the last few days, iOS 4.3.4 made its debut on iTunes. The new release, without clear release notes, addresses the PDF exploit in Mobile Safari used by JailbreakMe.

The release notes aren’t clear, only alleging “security fixes”, although we can confirm that JailbreakMe 3.0 doesn’t work in this release. Blocking this untethered jailbreak was Apple’s only goal with this release.

Any device supported by iOS 4.3, namely the 3rd and 4th generation iPod touch, the iPhone 3GS , the iPhone 4 and the iPad. While Apple clearly hadn’t planned for this release in advance, circumstances forced it: with such an important threat in the wild, not only allowing for a jailbreak, which in and of itself Apple dislikes, but also open up a huge breach that could lead unsuspecting users to have malware loaded onto their devices.

In order to install this update, connect your phone to your computer and launch iTunes, if it hasn’t launched automatically. From there, select your device from the sidebar, click on “Check for Updates” and select “Download and Install” when prompted. After a rather large download, your device should begin to update.

Direct Download Links for iOS 4.3.4 (Official from Apple)
After you’ve downloaded your device’s respective firmware, you can install the software manually by launching iTunes, locating your device on the sidebar and pressing “Restore” while holding the Shift key on Windows and Alt on the Mac.

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