Word from a merry tipster, whom we would trust with our lives (well, maybe the lives of our pets, we're not madmen), is that AT&T is informing the faithful:

As with most major software releases (like the iPhone 2.0 software), vendors typically release enhanced software updates shortly after the major release. Vendors tweak their code to optimize the performance of the device and the customer experience. That’s the case with the release of iPhone 2.0.2 (5C1) code that will be available on iTunes at 5:00 PM eastern time today.
Customers should plug their iPhone into an iTunes equipped computer, that’s connected to the internet, and follow the prompts to upgrade their device. The results of this software release will improve the customer’s experience while operating on our network.

Note the bolded text above. Could it be? A 3G fix already? Or are we looking at more mysterious "bug fixes"?

Thanks for the tip Bla1ze!

Update: Looks like it's up. And Rene fills us in on all the nitty gritty details in the update notes:

"Bug Fixes"

Gee, thanks for the information, Apple! Well, folks, when your download finishes, let us know what you think!