Microsoft Developing Apollo+ Update For Windows Phone 8

Even though Microsoft is all over the news and Internet with details on their new Operating System, the back story is that they are set to unveil details of the development of Apollo+. The news comes from and update on Twitter, user Football4PDA to be specific a user who has been the source of reliable information for quite some time and especially when there’s any rumor on HTC models. This time, however, he’s set his sights on Windows Phone 8, and Microsoft’s plans for the release of its first update. According to the post Microsoft is now working on preparing for distribution of the Windows 8 update in the first quarter of next 2013. Read the full story here.



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