The Ubuntu Touch OTA-9 has finally arrived, and users should start to get the new update in the next 24 hours, in a phased manner.
It took a little longer for the new update to make an appearance because it overlapped with the holidays. The good news is that the new update is here and that it’s one of the biggest ones so far, at least regarding fixes.
Ubuntu developers release a new update every six weeks, give or take any events that might delay this by a few days, and they want to keep this cadence for as long as possible. Right now, Ubuntu Touch is stable, but it’s not feature-complete. No operating system is perfect to a point where it doesn’t need anything, but Ubuntu Touch is also a young OS and it still needs a lot of stuff.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht
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