Microsoft has just pushed an update for both its Outlook Mail and Wallet apps, and not all of it is good news. A number of features in Wallet are being depreciated, such as support for credit or debit cards, wallet PIN and more. The change log for Outlook appears to be an old one, so we aren't quite sure what has changed in this build. A full list of the features being depreciated in this Wallet update include:
- Credit or debit card support
- Wallet PIN
- Location awareness
- Date awareness
- Microsoft gift card
You can grab both updates from the Windows Store now. If you notice any changes that aren't mentioned in either app, be sure to let us know about them in the comments below.
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