AT&T starts rolling out Windows 10 Anniversary update to supported devices
It was last week when Microsoft started to roll out the anniversary update that they have been touting for a while but on launch of these rollouts, the software was only pushed to the unlocked versions of the smartphone and the carrier variants would have to wait a little while more.
Well, the little while was just a week because AT&T has now taken the baton and they have started to roll out the update to their Lumia 950 handsets Currently, we have no news as to whether or not they have started doing same for other Lumia models or whether other carrier companies are putting out the software to the supported models too.
This new version of smartphone is being released as an OTA update which means that there would be staggered rollouts and you might not get this one fast.
Patiently, wait for the notification to pop up on your device and if it doesn’t seem to be coming, head over to settings and manually request your update.
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