Written by Staff Writer
10 Aug, 2016 | 5:08 pm
In the last few days, there have been at-least a couple of reports suggesting that the Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update will start rolling out on August 9. However, Microsoft – specifically, the head of the Windows Insider Program Dona Sarkar – has now confirmed that won’t be the case.
For those who missed, the reports in question had suggested an August 9 roll out for unlocked Lumias and other Win10 devices, and an August 16 roll out for carrier branded handsets. Microsoft, on its part, is yet to officially confirm an exact roll out date for the update.
It looks as though Microsoft is still not satisfied with the progress made with the Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update.
Nonetheless, Windows 10 Mobile users not on the Insider program may still get a cumulative update. New internal documentation about today’s moved update was forwarded to us and reveals some further information.
An excerpt from the Microsoft email pointed out that the “Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update…is expected to release in the coming weeks.” And that as soon as testing has been finished “a release date for Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update will be set.”
Nonetheless “an update will be released for all Windows 10 Mobile devices on August 9th, 2016.”
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