Remember about 24 hours ago when Android 4.0.2 was the new kid on the Ice Cream Sandwich block? Looks like that build has already lost its title as "Latest version of Android," as Google has just taken the wraps off of Android 4.0.3. As you could probably tell by its version number, 4.0.3 is an incremental update to ICS that Google says will bring "a variety of optimizations and bug fixes for phones and tablets" as well a small batch of new APIs for all of the developers out there. Just what kind of new APIs, you ask? Here's a few of the ones mentioned by Google:
Google adds that it'll be directing all of its partners to think of Android 4.0.3 as the base version of Ice Cream Sandwich from now on. As for the question that I'm sure is on the mind of all of the Galaxy Nexus owners out there, Google expects 4.0.3 to begin rolling out to phones and tablets "in the weeks ahead." That's not too long of a wait, right? In the mean time, all of you GalNex owners out there can go back to playing with your new toy. We'll be sure to pass along more details on the update as we get them!