They guys over at WindowsCentral are reporting that the Anniversary Update for Windows 10 Mobile devices locked to carriers such as the Lumia Icon and Microsoft devices sold through AT&T will start rolling out on Tuesday 16th August, a week later than the reported date for unlocked devices, which has been widely been tipped to start rolling out this coming Tuesday, the 9th.
The Anniversary Update, which has the build number 14343, brings some improvements to the Edge Browser, Cortana and the Windows Store, among other fixes. You can find out more about what comes with the Anniversary Update by clicking HERE.
The Anniversay Update for Windows 10, so called because it as been (roughly) a year since Windows 10 launched, has already been made available for PCs since earlier this week. It is worth pointing out that neither the 9th or 16th has been officially announced by Microsoft, so this is all speculation for now.
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