It’s also added a Ringtone section to the App Store on your device (for a whopping $1.29 a pop—which is why we recommend making them yourself [Windows guide; Mac guide]). Other than that, Apple’s not promising a lot from this update other than support for the newly released iTunes 9, its new features (e.g., Genius Mixes), and a few other nice tweaks. Below is a quick look at some of the other most notable updates from the release notes:
* Save video from Mail and MMS into Camera Roll (We’ll believe the MMS saving when we finally see MMS)
* Option to “Save as new clip” when trimming a video on iPhone 3GS
* Better iPhone 3G Wi-Fi performance when Bluetooth is turned on
* Paste phone numbers into the Keypad
* Anti-phishing features in Safari
* Improved Exchange calendar syncing and invitation handling
Hit up iTunes, plug in your device, and click the Check for Updates button to get started on the 240+MB download.