Although Windows 8.1 will be releasing for desktops in the next couple of weeks, Microsoft has said nothing about an update to mobile devices other than GDR3 that is expected to land as soon as Nokia World in Abu Dhabi on the 22nd of October. Paul Thurrott from Supersite for Windows has managed to get some info although he’s not sure if it is 100% correct. According to his sources, Windows phone 8.1 might let go of the back button found in most Windows devices, offer better multi-tasking support and be more in sync with Windows RT APIs.
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