Microsoft last week shipped a pair of updates to its Surface Studio and Surface Pro with LTE devices, and the company has now posted release notes of the changes in each. On the Surface Studio front, you're looking at improvements for Surface Pen functionality, while the Surface Pro with LTE has picked up an update focused on eSIM stability.
Here's a look at what's new with each:
- Surface Touch – Firmware: 188.8.131.52 enables Surface Pen advanced feature support.
- Surface Pen Settings – Human Interface Device: 184.108.40.206 enables Surface Pen advanced feature support.
- Surface Pen Pairing – System devices: 220.127.116.11 enables Surface Pen advanced feature support.
Surface Pro LTE
- Gemalto eSIM Firmware Update – System devices: 18.104.22.168 improves eSIM service stability.
Both sets of updates started shipping out on June 28, so it's likely you've already received them if you regularly check for updates. However, you should be able to snag them now via Windows Update if you haven't installed them yet.
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