Over seven months after Microsoft released the Windows 10 Mobile update, and five months after AT&T made it available for the Lumia 640, the carrier has finally approved the upgrade for the 640 XL.
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In 7 days' time, Microsoft will end its offer of a free upgrade to Windows 10 for Windows 7/8.1 PCs. But even if you're not yet ready to move to the new OS, you can 'reserve' a free upgrade for later.
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As promised yesterday, Verizon and Microsoft have delivered an official Windows 10 Mobile upgrade for the Nokia Lumia Icon. The update is now live, but it's not as simple as checking for updates.
Three months after Microsoft officially announced the Windows 10 Mobile upgrade, BLU Products has revealed that the update is now available for more of its Windows Phone 8.1 devices.
Over two months after Microsoft first began upgrading some of its Windows Phone 8.1 handsets to Windows 10 Mobile, the new version of the OS is finally available for its Lumia 640 on AT&T.
It's been a month since Microsoft announced the start of its official rollout of Windows 10 Mobile for some of its older Windows Phones. Have you upgraded your handset yet - and if not, why not?
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Microsoft continued to sell the BLU Win JR LTE as upgradable to Windows 10 even after confirming that it wouldn't be able to - but while Microsoft later deleted that reference, BLU hasn't yet done so.
Microsoft reneged on its commitments regarding Windows 10 Mobile upgrades, and many of its customers are rightly holding it to account for that - but things aren't nearly as bad as some believe.
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Many Windows phone fans are outraged today by the devices supported by the recent Windows 10 Mobile upgrade. Here's how to get the upgrade, even if your device isn't supported.
We learned earlier today that Microsoft has no plans to roll out a second wave of Windows 10 Mobile updates; however, Gabe Aul has tweeted that there may be one more device that gets the upgrade.
After releasing Windows 10 Mobile yesterday, Microsoft confirmed that there will be no second wave of devices that gets upgraded. Originally, it said all Windows Phone 8 devices were to be upgraded.
Upon upgrading to Windows 10 Mobile, Nokia Lumia 930 users will likely find that their device will no longer record audio while recording video. This has previously been an issue with Preview builds.
The Windows 10 Mobile rollout has begun, but it'll no doubt take a while to reach all eligible handsets. While you're waiting, check out our side-by-side gallery comparing it with Windows Phone 8.1.
While Microsoft officially released Windows 10 Mobile into the wild today, it turns out that getting the new update isn't as simple as checking for updates on your phone. Here's how to do it.
Microsoft finally announced details of its long-awaited Windows 10 Mobile upgrade today, publishing a list of devices that can grab the update now - but it looks like some phones will be left behind.
After Windows 10 Mobile was released today, Microsoft kept its promise in adding the devices that got upgraded to the list of supported devices for the latest Redstone builds.
Microsoft originally said it would begin upgrading older Windows Phones to Windows 10 Mobile in December - but after months of waiting, it's finally announced the beginning of its rollout.
More reports are emerging that tomorrow will be the day that Microsoft begins to roll out Windows 10 Mobile to older devices. This report comes from popular leakster Evan Blass.
Windows Phone 8.1 users have been waiting for the official Windows 10 Mobile update for three months now. Long overdue, a new rumor states that the update may begin to roll out on March 17.
The wait for Windows 10 Mobile on Windows Phone 8.1 devices has dragged on a bit in recent months. Are you still looking forward to the upgrade, and if so, which features are you most excited about?
A Spanish website has received reports from multiple owners of the Microsoft Lumia 535 in Latin American countries saying that they have been upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.29.