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This short 18 minute session actually highlights a couple of new features for Continuum that will arrive with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
The first will be the ability to project your phone screen and use Continuum on any Windows 10 device that is Miracast compatible and has Wi-Fi connectivity.
Here is the session so that you can see the demos for yourself: So while these new features are no indication that Windows 10 Mobile has left hibernation mode it certainly shows that work has not stopped on the platform itself and two senior Microsoft executives basically said as much in the last few days.
Terry Myerson, the lead for Microsoft's Windows and Devices Group, told The Verge last week during Build: "We're fully committed to that 4-inch screen, there will be a time for it to be our focus, but right now it's part of the family but it's not the core of where I hope to generate developer interest over the next year," explains Myerson. They run across multiple form factors, but it's one developer platform, one store, one tool chain for developers.
Last week Microsoft spent a lot of time in its Day 1 Build 2016 keynote talking about Windows 10 and the Windows 10 Anniversary Update that is expected this summer around 29 July 2016.
There were even demos on stage of this upcoming Windows 10 update, provided of course by Microsoft's defacto Windows 10 presenter Bryan Roper, yet there was no mention of new features that would also arrive on Windows 10 Mobile.
The Windows Maps app contains many HERE elements since Microsoft has developed it using the HERE Platform and with assets they received from HERE in 2014.
Now I look at it on the budget handset, the Microsoft Lumia 435.
To continue offering the HERE apps for Windows 10 would require us to redevelop the apps from the ground up, a scenario that led to the business decision to remove our apps from the Windows 10 store.
This means the HERE apps will no longer work on devices running Windows 10 mobile after June 30, 2016.
In October, Microsoft announced that it will be upgrading a large pool of Windows Phone 8.1 (or Windows Phone 8) smartphones in December.
The company told ZDNet in a statement that the previous plan is no longer the case.