Every week, UBports announces the latest developments in Ubuntu Touch to bring the mobile operating system to more devices. In addition to smartphones and tablets such as PINE Phone and Volla Phone of PINE64, the team brought more support to the Raspberry Pi 3 microcontroller. As an increasingly mature development platform, Raspberry Pi is becoming more and more popular. Ubuntu Touch now supports the Raspberry Pi 3 and 7-inch LCD touchscreens.
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It is understood that UBports will provide a broader base of support for The Raspberry Pi, including access to the development of the Ubuntu Touch application. In addition, the new version introduces better Bluetooth support and Mir updates.
The upcoming Ubuntu Touch OTA update will provide better support for Bluetooth headsets. Canonical’s Mir display server is also supported to run on the Wayland protocol.
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It is important to note that UBports has not yet planned to migrate Ubuntu Touch to the upcoming Ubuntu 20.04 LTS family because of the potential for disruption of support for some older devices.
Interested friends can move to the pipeline to watch The UBsports’ Q.a. question-and-answer video and look forward to what great new features and improvements the Ubuntu Touch OTA-12 update will bring, released next month.