So, iOS 4.3.3 is here. This mainly will rectify the public concern with the crowd-sourced location database that Apple was building by using users iPhones and iPads to build the data. What happens here is that all of your previously visited locations aren’t backed up to iTunes, and if you turn off Location Services, the data-collector would be turned off as well. All you need in order to start the update is plug in your iDevice to iTunes, like I am right now with the iPad 2. Oh, and the update is a rather large 607MB, by the way.