The problem with a good deal of our modern epoch smart-alecky manoeuvres is that software support for them could intent at any point in time, depending on the company that acquires them. This problem was highlighted just last week when Sonos announced that they would be ending support for some of its gift orators.
This meant that in terms of software updates and brand-new features, some Sonos speakers would no longer be receiving them past May this year. Naturally, this did not sit well with customers who probably never thought that their talkers would abruptly become redundant one day, but it looks like Sonos has since backtracked on those plans.
In a new announce on its blog, Sonos’ CEO has since come forward to reassure patrons that despite the company ending support for their orators, it does not mean that they will stop working. He too has explained that while these speakers will no longer receive software updates and brand-new features, he pledged that the company will continue to maintain them through fault affixes and security patches.
According to the CEO, Patrick Spence, “Many of you have invested heavily in your Sonos systems, and we intend to honor that asset for as long as possible. While legacy Sonos makes won’t get new application aspects, we pledge to keep them informed with fault fixtures and safety patches for as long as possible. If we run into something core to the experience that can’t be addressed, we’ll work to offer an alternative solution and let you know about any modifies you’ll see in your experience.”
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