Apple has started pushing out its iOS 6.1 update for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch today. The update will enable LTE operation for dozens of new carriers; the iPhone 5 get access to 36 new ones, while LTE-enabled iPads will work on 23 more (markets are located in Denmark, Finland, Italy, Switzerland, and parts of the Middle East). Siri gets some new functionality, allowing iOS users in the US to now order movie tickets through the Fandango service. If you use Apple’s iTunes Match service to mirror your music collection on the cloud, you’ll now be able to download tracks from Apple’s servers which you’ve already confirmed you own.
The update will be available for the iPhone 3GS or newer, iPad 2 or newer, iPad mini, and the two latest versions of the iPod touch.