By: Mark Robinson – 16 July 2016At the start of the year Microsoft introduced the first official Windows 10 unlock app for phones and tablets.
The app has been downloaded more than 50 million times and it now supports more than 1.2 billion devices, which makes it one of the biggest apps in the world.
However, Microsoft has been unable to provide any update to its Windows 10 app for the past few weeks.
The company released a security update for its latest operating system on Friday, and it was released as a download at 10am AEST.
However, it wasn’t until Monday that Microsoft released an update for the Windows 10 Mobile operating system.
Microsoft is still waiting for the mobile update, which was originally expected to be released at the end of August, to arrive.
Microsoft has not released any new details on the security update or the update’s rollout.
A spokesperson for Microsoft said in a statement to The Irish News: “We are in the process of releasing the Windows Update for Windows 10.
The update will be available to download from the Windows Store on Monday, July 15, 2016.
We have not yet confirmed the update will include the Windows update for Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.
If you need to download the update for other devices, you can find out when to expect the update in your Microsoft account settings.”
The spokesperson added that the company is working with handset manufacturers to bring the Windows phone update to all Windows 10 devices.
However it is still unclear whether the update is going to arrive on other Windows 10 mobile devices as well.
The Irish Times contacted Microsoft for comment but received no response.
The company has previously acknowledged that it is unable to offer a universal Windows 10 upgrade for its devices.
In a blog post, the company said it is currently in the “very early stages of evaluating Windows 10 on Android and other platforms, as well as supporting Windows 10 for Windows Phones and tablets.”
It also said that Windows 10 will remain the default operating system for Windows phones and PCs for the foreseeable future.