Motorola issued a software update to AT&T'sthis week to address the touch screen, messaging, Bluetooth, and more. Very similar to the from a few months back, it's a minor release designed to improve the phone's overall performance.
Among the changes customers should notice are improvements to battery life, text messaging, device stability, and 3G connections. Other, less noticeable, tweaks address streaming audio and video interruptions and better audio through Bluetooth headsets. Motorola offers more information about the update on its support page.
On a related note, the Backflip is still scheduled for an Android 2.1 update in the third quarter of this year. Motorola is currently testing Android 2.1 for the T-Mobile Cliq and Cliq XT. After postponing that update on the of the second quarter, Motorola is expected to roll out Eclair at some point near the middle of August.