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Wednesday, 28 November 2012 11:07

WP8 to get Apollo Plus update early next year

Written by Fudzilla staff

Smallish update apparently

Windows Phone 8 devices are in line for their first update in early 2013.

The Verge has learned that the update, dubbed Apollo Plus, will bring some new features and fixes, but it will not be the next major version of Windows Phone.

Redmond is apparently planning to introduce VPN support and fix some WiFi and audio issues. The update should also test Microsoft’s ability to deliver OTA Windows Phone 8 updates, so users will no longer have to plug in their devices to receive updates.

Microsoft should shed more light on Apollo Plus at MWC next February.

More here.

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