Microsoft’s highly anticipated new operating system, Windows 10 is being expected to debut for PCs pretty soon. However, mobile users might have to wait a little longer for the update to hit their phones. This was claimed in a report in the Verge.
Speaking at an event in San Francisco, Joe Belfiore from Microsoft said, “Our phone builds have not been as far along as our PC builds,” and added “We’re adapting the phone experiences later than we’re adding the PC experiencesâ€¦..From the device view, our main focus is to kick off the Windows 10 launch wave with a great launch on the PC. You should expect that the other devices – phone, HoloLens, Xbox, Surface Hub – will be staggered, probably not on the same date as the PC.”
This is not the first time that the PC version of an OS hits the market before the smartphone version. Previously, the Windows 8.1 was also first seen on PCs and then on mobile devices.
Aside from this, the initial launch will see many missing features which will be later added. For instance, the Edge browser by Microsoft will get extension support after the launch. It is also likely that the messaging app with Skype integration will be available a bit later. So in the months following the launch, one should expect a flurry of updates and added features.
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