Surface Pro with LTE picks up first batch of firmware updates
The Surface Pro with LTE Advanced is getting its first batch of firmware updates.
On December 1, Microsoft finally launched the long-awaited Surface Pro with LTE Advanced for business customers. Now, the tech giant is shipping out the first round of firmware updates to the device (via Neowin).
Most of the updates are concerned with improvements to the GPS, but there is a more general system stability update included as well. Here's a look at what's new (opens in new tab):
- Surface GPS – System devices: 184.108.40.2063 improves system stability.
- Surface GPS Multiplexer – System devices: 220.127.116.11 improves system stability.
- Surface GPS USB Multiplexer – System devices: 18.104.22.1687 improves system stability.
- Surface UEFI - Firmware: 233.1903.770.0 improves system stability.
Again, these updates don't apply to the standard Surface Pro model without LTE. However, anyone that has their hands on an LTE model should be able to download the latest firmware from Windows Update now. And for business customers that are interested in picking one up, the LTE model is up for grabs at Insight.
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The first update of many I'm sure. What's new?
Was going to order one but no i7 is a bummer.
When will Microsoft offer a fix for the 2017 Surface Pro and Pen's tilt detection and parallax correction problems???