iPhone5 users will see an "Updater" that installs first to facilitate OTA updates that had a bug in the iOS6.0 release.
Other iOS device users can update over the air, or - via iTunes if they want to do it that way.
if you don't have an iPhone 5, there are some useful tweaks and fixes, including the usual handful of security updates.
So far I've had very few issues with IOS6. Even the maps have been fine so far. I did report an update to a property that had been a golf course and now it is a subdivision. That change only happened about a year and a half ago so I expect that type of thing to be on anybody's mapping system.
I have the feeling they've sorted out more of the issues about how traffic gets handled when you have both Wi-Fi and cellular connections available -- more things coming through Wi-Fi overnight with this version; I'll know better with a few days data to go on.
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