Microsoft has again delayed the crucial update of its Windows Phone 7 to the second half of March.
A Microsoft blog post says, “This short pause should in no way impact the timing of future updates, including the one announced recently at Mobile World Congress featuring multitasking, a Twitter feature, and a new HTML 5-friendly version of Internet Explorer Mobile”.
The process, referred as ‘copy-and-paste update’, was previously scheduled in the first half of this month.
Microsoft’s first update of Windows Phone 7 last month ended in a disaster with some users complaining that the update created problems in their handsets.
It appears that Microsoft has become more cautious about the entire update process, and seems to be making all the handsets undergo complete testing before the process rolls out. One or two weeks probably would not affect the end users, who would just like to have a good update experience.