Consider the iPad OS locked, loaded, and ready to go. A few hours after the first few iPad shipments have trickled into the shipping warehouses, Apple has just released iPhone SDK 3.2 in it’s GM (or “Goldmaster”, a fancy industry way of saying “absolutely final. Like, seriously, seriously final.”) form.
There’s not much here for us meager iPhone users to worry about; most of the recent changes have all been iPad-focused, and this specific one is presumably (please let us know if we’re wrong) oriented around last minute bug fixes and code clean-ups. If you’re a developer who hasn’t submitted their iPad app yet, be sure to start testing against this build immediately – if it’s submitted after today and not up to snuff against 3.2GM, you’re instantly denied.