If you're one of the many proud new owners of the HTC One S we have some good and bad news for you today. This morning T-Mobile updated their support page for the HTC One S claiming a software update would start rolling out tomorrow, May 31st, to owners as reported by TmoNews. Now just a few short hours later they've changed the date and delayed it until early June.
The support documents in full can be found at T-Mobile.com and explains every aspect of the update. This morning the page said the update would begin rolling out on May 31st and was quickly changed this afternoon to June 4th. The reason for the change isn't known, and we're still hopeful for it to start tomorrow -- but have our doubts.
The screenshot shown above is the new information given, and confirms the June 4th release for the over the air update. T-Mobile states the update will “improving software stability and resolving open issues with the device.” Hopefully those battery drain reports. The update is around 24.2 MB in size and T-Mo recommends at least 50% battery life before starting the update process. As usual you can manually check for updates and pull it yourself by going to settings > about phone > software updates > Check now and enjoy the show. After completion you'll still be on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and hopefully 4.0.4 will come soon.