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Windows Phone was created fast. One result was that the new OS wouldn’t be compatible with Windows Mobile software. Larry Lieberman, senior product manager for Microsoft’s Mobile Developer Experience, told eWeek:”If we had had more time and resources, then we may have been in a position to do something regarding backward compatibility. ” 18 Lieberman explained that Microsoft was attempting to examine the cell phone market in a new manner, with the end user in mind in addition to the enterprise network. 18 Terry Myerson, corporate VP of Windows Phone engineering, stated, “With the move to capacitive touch screens, away from your stylus, and the moves into some of the hardware choices we created for your Windows Phone 7 experience, we had to split application compatibility with Windows Mobile 6. 5. ” The latest version of Windows Phone, Windows Phone 8. 1, entered End of Service Status on July 11, 2017; therefore it won’t receive any system updates, neither attributes nor safety updates, unless user upgrades to Windows 10 Mobile, which -the update – has been entitled to existing versions of devices running Windows Phone. Windows 10 Mobile was announced, 20 on October 8 2017, that it no longer get system features upgrades, but it would continue to receive security updates. Work on a significant Windows Mobile upgrade may have begun as soon as 2004 under the codename”Photon”, but operate moved gradually along with the project was finally cancelled. 15 In 2008, Microsoft reorganized the Windows Mobile group and started work on a new mobile operating system. 16 The product was to be published in 2009 as Windows Phone, but several delays prompted Microsoft to develop Windows Mobile 6. 5 as an interim release.