Microsoft has confirmed that its Surface RT tablet is getting a software update, and it is only for users who have bought the device for the first time.
This means that those who have only used the device as a replacement for a tablet or laptop are not eligible for the update.
Microsoft has not said when the update will be rolled out.
The update is available for the Surface RT and Surface Book and comes alongside a couple of updates that Microsoft has announced for its other Surface products.
Microsoft’s Surface Pen, the first of these, is also now available in the UK.
The Surface RT will be released on October 15th, while the Surface Book will be available on October 29th.
Microsoft says that the Surface Pen will only be available in a limited number of markets, and that its availability is limited to certain markets only.
The Surface Pen is now available for sale in the US, UK, and Ireland.
The company has also confirmed that the next Surface Pro is coming in September, but that it will be priced at £649, and will be a “flagship”.
The company has not specified a date for this launch.
Microsoft has not yet announced any new Surface Pro models.