By Bams Sadewo September 11, 2012 2 38 14 0 Sony has pushed out its Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for the Xperia S, Xperia Mini, and Xperia Mini Pro for months, but the company said at the time that it’d only be arriving in Canada in September. Keeping true to its words, the update is now ready to hit the three Xperia devices.Advertisement The good news was announced on Sony Canada’s Twitter page. According to the post, the upgrade won’t come via OTA, so you will have to use the PC companion software and connect the Xperia phone to the computer to receive the update. Whatever it was the reason for the ICS holdup, customers will no doubt welcome the update that will bridge their phones to Ice Cream Sandwich. What say you, Canadians, have you checked the PC companion software for the ICS upgrade? As for those who have downloaded and installed the new firmware, how do you like ICS on your device? Sound off in the comments below. 2 38 14 previous postNielsen: Android continues to grow in the U.S., teenage smartphone ownership on the rise alsonext postSamsung shooting a new anti-Apple commercial in L.A.