Nokia officially announces PR1.3 for N9
Editor: Ryan Abel
A bit late, but Nokia finally officially announced the PR1.3 update for the N9 (which began rolling out two weeks ago) last week on the Nokia Conversations blog: Last week, the Nokia N9 began to receive its latest software update, delivering over 1000 quality improvements. This brings the Nokia N9 software to version 40.2012.21-3, or as it’s most commonly known, PR1.3. While this update adds no new features, it does improve the usability of your device – so we recommend you update. The main improvements include: Mail for Exchange (MfE) now supports client certificates, localisation improvements and support for new error codes with the Facebook app, and Twitter API changes that reflect the back end infrastructure of Twitter. As well as these main updates, there are also some general updates: AccuWeather widget weather update fixed, VoIP calls now work via Skype/Gtalk when in flight mode and connected to WLAN, and changing the “week starts on” date within the calendar error now fixed. There have been complaints about regressions in the update, so if you haven't already updated you may wish to investigate the forums before upgrading, as a downgrade (as normal) isn't possible.