O2 has now confirmed it is working on the Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich update, but it won't be rolling it out to customers until mid-April. Disappointing O2, disappointing.
Update: An O2 spokesperson has informed TechRadar that the Samsung Galaxy S2 Ice Cream Sandwich update "will be before the end of March, not mid-April". That's more like it!
Update 2: O2 has released the Ice Cream Sandwich update before the end of March, as promised. O2 customers can connect their Galaxy S2 to Kies to download the software now.
Update 3: March 27 - True to its word O2 has released the Ice Cream Sandwich update before the end of March for its Samsung Galaxy S2 users.
T-Mobile is looking to keep Galaxy S2 customers sweet, as it promises to roll out the Ice Cream Sandwich update as soon as possible after the March 19 date.
A T-Mobile spokesperson said: "We're working to make our build available as close to Samsung's release date as possible."
Update: April 12 - A T-Mobile spokesperson has confirmed its Ice Cream Sandwich update is still in the testing phase.
Update: April 22 - T-Mobile finally starts rolling out the Ice Cream Sandwich update to its Galaxy S2 customers and wins the award for slowest network.
Orange has confirmed that it will release the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S2 in April, but it has not relvealed when in the month we can expect it.
Update: April 20 - Orange started rolling out the Ice Cream Sandwich update a couple of days before its partner company T-Mobile.
As you've probably guessed, TechRadar has thrown aside its copy of Horse and Hound and poured all its efforts into finding out when the rest of the networks will be dropping the update - when we know, you'll know (after we've spent time writing it up. It's not an automatic process, you know).