Ever since Firmware 3.10, users have been complaining about a multitude of features that supposedly firmware 3.15 will fix plus Sony is throwing in a zoo prize.
The complaints were mostly with syncing Bluetooth-enabled devices with the PlayStation 3. This includes Bluetooth headsets, keyboards, even Dualshock 3 PS3 controllers.
Sony has said the new firmware will resolve these issues plus they will be throwing in a “mini” sized treat too.
The treat will enable PSP minis to be playable on the PS3, so any minis you may have purchased thus far will be playable on the PS3, you’ll just have to go into your download list, and re-download the titles.
Update: The firmware also includes a simplified utility for transferring data from one PS3 to another