If there is anything we have been clear about Ubuntu Touch is that Canonical does not want to go too fast so as not to make mistakes that can be regretted. As of now, the latest version available is OTA-10.1, a version labeled “hotfix”, which means it was released to polish the system. The next version to be released will be the OTA-11But it seems like you need to be a little more patient.
Canonical’s Lukasz Zemczak told the Ubuntu Touch community yesterday that the Release Candidate (RC) image of the upcoming OTA-11 software update could be made available to anyone who wants to try it out. by the end of this week, and the reason is that its development is going very slowly. The release of the final version it will be delayed a week.
The OTA-11 is expected for the first week of June
OTA-11 isn’t ready for an RC, but all the necessary fixes are being made on silos, so we might expect it to be fine for a Release Candidate release tomorrow. The bad news is that all of this could also affect the release date, possibly for a week. Well, sometimes problems like these cannot be easily avoided.
Zemczak did not give an exact date, but all indications are that the OTA-11, which was scheduled for the end of May, will finally be launched in the first week of June. What has not changed, of course, is for which devices will be available, and the OTA-11 can be installed on all compatible Ubuntu Phones and the first converging tablet, the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition.
On the other hand, Ubuntu Touch developers are ready to begin development of Canonical’s next mobile operating system update, the OTA-12, A larger version is expected to include important new features.