This Week In Smartphone Software Updates: Telstra, Optus, Vodafone

Wondering when the sweet new versions of Android will land on your device? You're in luck: each week, Gizmodo Australia will take you through all of the handset updates currently being tested on Australian mobile networks (Optus, Telstra and Vodafone), and tell you when you can expect them on your device.

Telstra

Samsung Galaxy S II 4G — Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update has been delayed. No new date provided.

Nokia N8 — Symbian Belle refresh delayed after issue discovered by Nokia. No new date provided.

Apple iPhone 4 — iOS 6 being rolled out to devices next Wednesday, 19 September.

Apple iPhone 4S — iOS 6 being rolled out to devices next Wednesday, 19 September.

Optus

Apple iPhone 4 — iOS 6 being rolled out to devices next Wednesday, 19 September.

Apple iPhone 4S — iOS 6 being rolled out to devices next Wednesday, 19 September.

Vodafone

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 — Android 4.0.4 approved by Vodafone, awaiting distribution from Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus — Android 4.1 Jelly Bean delayed. Testing now expected to start in mid-September

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 — Android 4.0.4 approved by Vodafone, awaiting distribution from Samsung.

Nokia N8 — Symbian Belle refresh delayed.

Nokia C7 — Symbian Belle refresh delayed.

Nokia E7 — Symbian Belle refresh delayed.

Nokia E6 — Symbian Belle refresh delayed.

Apple iPhone 4 — iOS 6 being rolled out to devices next Wednesday, 19 September.

Apple iPhone 4S — iOS 6 being rolled out to devices next Wednesday, 19 September.

Republished from Gizmodo


Comments

    At Least apple don't let these carriers load their crapware which nobody uses, Kudos... I still need to make it clear that I still hate Apple though

    Has Optus posted any date for Galaxy S3?
    Also is it possible to update my S3 straight from google?

    Strange article in relation to the Apple updates. The updates come from Apple and have nothing to do with any network.

      Even though the updates to Apple are independent of the carrier, the telcos have to make sure they're capable of handling any updates that pertain to their product - I've updated my phone before and had the update fry my sim card so I had to get a new one. It's always best to wait a while after updates come out just to be sure it works.

      http://www.mobilephonefinder.com.au/apple/iphone/iphone-5/

    still waiting for the virgin HTC incredible S update, optus got their's a month ago....

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