Windows 10 Mobile Build 10586.71 Could Well Be The official Public Version
The rollout of Windows 10 Mobile has become a bit of a saga in of itself with a very elongated development phase, and rather prolonged testing phase.
But it now looks like that the release of the mobile OS is imminent.
Finally, as the word goes.
Microsoft rolled out build 10586.71 to slow ring users recently, and Gabriel Aul, the head of the Windows Insider Program confirmed earlier this week that this version could be shipped to everyone — depending on the telemetry data received from Insiders, of course.
Here is the tweet in question:
That’s not to say that the software titan will indeed take the next step and launch the mobile operating system next week.
We could actually be in for another small wait, as depending on the feedback received, Redmond could roll out another build in the meantime with fixes for the latest bugs and all that. But it’s safe to say that this is the very final stretch here.
There are reports out there claiming that Windows 10 Mobile is slated to go live next week, and unconfirmed as they are it is clear that Microsoft will pull the plug before the middle of February.
No new features are being added to the platform, and the company has been in bug fixing and optimization mode for several weeks now.
All eyes on the final feedback, then.