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It's important to note that this means that, barring some sort of security fix, Microsoft won't be able to officially release new versions of the Surface Pro line until the updated versions of Windows 10 support can access the new processors in Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4. It's also important to note that, barring some sort of security fix, Microsoft won't be able to officially release new versions of the Surface Pro lineup until the new operating system can handle the new processors. At least that's the whole point of the whole "early 2019" release strategy. It's much earlier- 2019 means "some time in the next few months" Metro appears to have finally nailed down a fall date because Microsoft's Fall Creators Preview includes the latest build of Microsoft's new Surface (Mark) W Surface Pro (Alexander) lineup and Early Enrollment for a new version of Microsoft's digital digital premium (7"), or LEAPP, program that offered early access to Microsofts new Dynamics CRM and SkyDrive online services. There's also indications that Microsoft is now more ambitious than earlier months about actually pushing the release of a new version of Microsoft's Surface Pro towards by the first half of next year, according to a Microsoft spokesperson. Last week, we reported that Microsoft is ramping up its hardware and software testing and development efforts for the coming months on the company’s new logo-themed website, themostMicrosofts. 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