Following the Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE
at Rogers, both the HTC Raider and the Evo 3D have recently received the official Ice Cream Sandwich update over-the-air.
In case you're owning one of these two handsets, or both, make sure you check for updates regularly and if you don't get a notification remember that this is an OTA release so it might take some time for Android 4 to reach every handset out there. Once you get the notification, the updating process should take only a few minutes, after which you'll be able to benefit from the great features offered by ICS.
On a side note, Sprint's HTC EVO 3D
appears to be still far away from getting the update, and despite the fact that Virgin Mobile launched the Evo V 4G with ICS out of the box, and that Android 4 has already been launched on the Evo 3D in Europe, Sprint sure seems to take its time with this release. Let's hope they'll pick up the pace and roll-out Android 4 on their variant sooner rather than later.