The Internet is a venerable source of information, but on the other hand, it is also a tricky place to navigate, especially with the number of rumors floating around. Well, it seems that the latest rumor to make its rounds is the Windows Phone 8 operating system from Microsoft will be receiving an incremental update in due time, where this update has been dubbed “Apollo+”, where this particular update will target the different issues that arose on the Windows Phone 8 platform prior to the release of Windows Phone 8 from Microsoft, due to the lack of time.
We do not have an idea on the what exactly will the Apollo+ update bring to the table, but perhaps Microsoft could be looking at Wi-Fi changes so that it will enable “always-on” connections, in addition to a slew of audio playback fixes, as well as additional features which failed to make the cut into the Notification Center in Windows Phone 8. Will we also be able to see VPN support when the time comes? All is pretty much up in the air at the moment, so we will just have to be patient and wait it out.
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