Do a wireless software update on your iPhone (Because you CAN, that’s why!)
This morning Apple released the first update to iOS 5, giving most of us (who were not in the developer program) our first chance to test out Apple’s “computerless Over The Air software updates” – one of the cool new features in iOS 5 that have been around on Android for over a year.
If you haven’t done it yet, you should, if for no other reason than because you CAN. And don’t worry, unlike the old fashioned software updates, this one only took about 8 minutes to complete, thanks to Apple no longer downloading the entire 1 GB+ OS each time a change is made. (Incidentally, if you need a REAL reason to update your iPhone to iOS 5.0.1, it supposedly fixes the battery life issues most of us are experiencing. (Or does it?)
To do a OTA Update from your iPhone:
YOU CAN FIGURE OUT THE REST