What’s new with Windows IoT in 2019

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    Avik19

    Major problem with IoT, in general not just Windows IoT, is that people haven't grasped the IoT concept and thus are using it badly.

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    ParsaKarami
    What`s Microsoft plan of windows Iot core release for Raspberry Pi 3 model B+ ? It`s a long time (more than that Raspberry Pi 3 model B+ released, but we haven`t any stable version for that yet.
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    sarac
    My first question is, what do you want to leverage from the model 3B+ that you can't with the 3B? Aside from this, while we are planning to have a release in late fall 2019, for a better evaluation experience and for any commercial products, please use the Raspberry Pi 3B or other devices with supported Intel, Qualcomm, or NXP SoCs.
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    SeanGahan
    I think that Parsakarami's concern is that there are known issues for this platform that are almost a year old which are still not addressed. Since MS is not supporting the current 3B+, and the RPi Foundation is already discussing the RPi4, is it safe to assume that there will be no further OS development for the RPi's?
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/iot-core/release-notes/insider/rpi3bp
    By the way, I enjoy the IOT show, Channel9 and the wealth of MS resources which MS generously provides. Thanks MS!
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    sarac
    I understand your concern, Sean, but do not fear as there will be further updates for RPi. The RPi3B is the platform that we recommend for commercialization - due to resourcing, an updated build for the RPi3B+ was stalled so this was kept at a stage where it's mostly for tinkering vs commercial solutions. The team is taking feedback from the 3B+ and will incorporate it into the late fall build I mentioned previously. I hope this answers your question.

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