As most of you  are already aware of, Apple released iOS 4.3.2 today. As usual, we recommend avoiding new Apple updates, as they can include patches to exploits used in the current jailbreak.

Since there has been no announcement from the Dev Team or anyone else that the 4.3.2 software is safe, we recommend to stay away. But for those of you who updated to take advantage of the FaceTime fix, or by complete accident, you’re not completely hopeless…

Earlier, Sebastien reported success in jailbreaking his iPhone 3GS with the latest version of RedSn0w. If you are looking for another option, you may want to try PwnageTool Bundles. The software package includes the latest version of PwnageTool, as well as the tethered boot app.

Only go this route if you already upgraded and don’t have an option. It is a tethered jailbreak, and those have a history of being somewhat sketchy. At any rate, RedmondPie has posted a tutorial for jailbreaking iOS 4.3.2 with PwnageTool Bundles for folks that are interested.

We should have official word on whether or not it is safe to update to 4.3.2 fairly soon. However, as Comex pointed out in an earlier retweet, it appears Apple started building iOS 4.3.2 the day i0nic’s untether was released. This could indicate that Apple fixed the untether in their “latest security updates.” We’ll keep you updated on 4.3.2 and other jailbreak news as it develops.

Have you updated to 4.3.2 and been able to jailbreak? Is the jailbreak tethered or untethered?