Those users who don't want to go through the whole rigamarole of downgrading and then upgrading will be brought along with the next version of Windows 10 Mobile that Microsoft releases to testers. The next build that makes it through the company's internal testing rings will be capable of updating from 10080, but the company wanted to get this build out the door and in the hands of users before then.
Aul went on to say that Microsoft plans to have Windows 10 Mobile in the hands of consumers by the end of the year. He didn't give a concrete answer for when that would be, but said that it won't take place until after Windows 10 is released to PCs and tablets on July 29.
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