1. Philly-Sports's Avatar
    Hey All - Like the stock market - past performance is no indication of future performance. But I was wondering (thus the "?"'s) what the dates of past OS releases were by both carriers and maybe the Release or Version (or random) number was?

    Let's keep it civil.
    02-20-09 03:49 PM
  2. paulmike3's Avatar
    Not trying to be rude, but you could have the answers in a couple google searches. The second part of your answer is here.
    02-20-09 04:06 PM
  3. Sniperet's Avatar
    Hey All - Like the stock market - past performance is no indication of future performance. But I was wondering (thus the "?"'s) what the dates of past OS releases were by both carriers and maybe the Release or Version (or random) number was?

    Let's keep it civil.
    Since there has only been one os release by each of these carriers it might be difficult to see a trend in their release dates, just saying I can't see the trend
    02-21-09 12:52 AM
  4. aseretis@verizon.net's Avatar
    I think stability and overall OS performance matters more to them than a trend in time it takes to release an OS. I would much rather see them wait and get it right than to rush another OS.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    02-21-09 01:45 AM
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