09/10/2017

R.I.P Windows Phone - Microsoft Confirmed Windows Phone is Dead



This is indeed a bad news for Windows Phone users as Microsoft confirmed Windows phone gradually heading down to the grave. Joe Belfiore Microsoft VP in series of tweet said we know that Windows 10 Mobile is also slowly but steadily heading to the product graveyard of Microsoft.
The Microsoft VP, responsible for the mobile OS said that Microsoft will keep supporting the platform with bug fixes, but no new features or hardware will be introduced.

Microsoft confirms windows phone is dead
But Why?
Microsoft V.P Joe Belfiore explains why He says that developers never really backed the platform and Microsoft could not find partners to work with. Along with the low number of users, (it seems most Windows users ported to Android and iOS platform).

Windows phone 8.1 is dead
Unfortunately, Windows 10 get into Paragraph 22 a situation in which there is no return. A grave yard in which there is no resurrection. This is one of the reason why Microsoft decided to open up its Edge browser exclusive to Windows alone to other Android and iOS platform.

Windows Phone 8.1 is over. R.I.P Windows Phone!


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15 comments :

  1. I saw this coming. There was no way they were going to survive. They should better focus on other devices and leave mobile devices with android and ios.

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  2. I can remember their prime years. That were great though, once upon a time

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  3. Who Windows phones help... Android and ios has taken over

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  4. Windows phone has been dead for years now this confirmation was needless.

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  5. Android and IOS has dominated and i can't see any other platform displacing them soon

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  6. So we won't see Surface Phone. 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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  7. RIP I never even like you for one day

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  8. I know this will give birth one day....RIP

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  9. Android killed Dre vision.RlP windows

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  10. They brought it on them selves when they locked down the OS telling developers to pay I think 90 USD to unlock their devices for development. Same issue that led symbian to its grave.

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