We heard last week that the Galaxy S II Skyrocket was to be one of the next ten AT&T devices to be updated to Android 4.0 and it looks like users won't be waiting too much longer. Developer site RootzWikileaked an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM just a couple of hours ago, and all signs point to this being official 4.0.3 firmware. Just as with the international update for the Samsung Galaxy S II, this is a thoroughly TouchWiz affair, but Chrome Beta and other Android 4.0-only apps are working as they should. Also new in the update is Google Wallet support, which despite the device's built-in NFC capabilities, wasn't present until now. There are no reported issues with the ROM at the moment, which leads us to believe that this a final build.