'Where's My Update?' now displaying version numbers

Everyone's favourite webpage, Where's My Update, is now displaying version numbers instead of months that the updates were connected to. This is a welcomed change from the somewhat confusing update titles that would become obsolete through future releases. You will now see respective versions (for example 7390 and 7392) for each build. 

AT&T users: you're still in "Testing" for 7392. So stay tuned.

Source: Where's My Update (opens in new tab)

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • nothing on 7392 for the VZ Trophy?
  • I really hate AT&T. The last one testing yet again.
  • And still not even 7008 for Samsung Focus rev 1.4....not even any news about it....
  • Why do certificates need to be "tested"? Can't image how long they'll test Mango...
  • If they don't get quicker with their testing (AT&T) I will leave them for Verizon come the Mango devices.
  • Yay Sprint!
  • ATT and samsung should have already started testing 2 months ago for Mago as long as they are taking. If it's really a critical update as MS says then why the honk honk is it taking ATT and or Sammie to TEST come on guys its getting way past ridiculous! If it takes this long for x number of fraudulent certificates whats testing over 500 new features going to take. If you do something this small how longs a humongous load of features going to take. GET HER DONE!!!!!
  • Three Words: Poor Telefonica Customers
  • This is all useless since some phone (hello, Samsung Omnia 7) will get the updates much later than other phones...I'm still waiting for 7392 while it's been marked as "delivering" for some time.I wish they would simply fix their update process for *all* phones, and remove these useless pages...
  • AT&T is taking its time with this update... Could that mean more "OH SO AWESOME" AT&T features / apps that I have never used or will use... ever.
  • I was standing outside a Starbucks the other day and my phone immediately connected to their AT&T Wi-Fi network thingy, no logins or anything. So maybe they did get something right.