The lightest device from Microsoft’s Surface lineup, the Surface Go, got some more attention in the past couple of months.
Although seemingly neglected from the beginning of the year, the big M hasn’t forgotten about its Surface Go and released two new updates for it.
If the June update improved device pen support and touch performance, the July updates added some changes in the connectivity department.
What’s new in the July 2019 Surface Go firmware update?
More specifically, Qualcomm Atheros Communications Bluetooth driver was upgraded to firmware version 10.0.0.832 to improve the Bluetooth connectivity.
These changes may seem rather small, but they will have a bigger impact on the usability and battery life of the Surface Go.
If you own a Surface device and you don’t see the July update, don’t worry. Microsoft releases the updates in stages and not all its tablets will get them at the same time.
According to Microsoft, there are no reported issues and the update is free of any bugs, so you can install it with confidence.
If you’re interested in installing the latest update, keep in mind that firmware updates can’t be uninstalled or reverted to an earlier version.
Do you think that Microsoft will release a groundbreaking update for the Surface Go any time soon?
As always, leave your answer along with any other suggestions or questions in the comments section below and will surely check them out.
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