While Microsoft has already begun the rollout of Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.107 to phones, it was only available for those devices enrolled in the Insider program. Today, build 10586.107 makes its way to the production channel to non-Insiders.
The cumulative update doesn’t include new features, but it includes a number of fixes and improvements on Bluetooth, Microsoft Edge, storage, Outlook, and much more. In addition, Microsoft is making some tweaks to improve the battery life when using Windows Hello with the Iris scanner.
According to an entry at the Microsoft forums, the new update will start rolling out on “open market variants” and more devices will be included in the coming weeks.
What’s new on Windows 10 Mobile 10586.107
- Reliability and stability improvements.
- Bluetooth connectivity improvements with car and other accessories.
- Microsoft Edge improvements to PDF rendering and navigation.
- Improvements for battery usage with Iris Recognition for Windows Hello.
- Update system improvements to fix a situation where some users had phone software updates and app downloads stuck at 0% for extended time periods.
- Change to update system to now require phone to be plugged into a charger when downloading and preparing phone software updates.
- Fix for a problem causing erroneous low storage prompts for some users when trying to download phone software updates.
- Fix for a problem that caused erroneous prompts of Outlook account settings being out-of-date for some users, although account settings had not been changed.
- Fix for a problem that caused some phones to get stuck on BitLocker Recovery screen after a reset.
If you already own a phone that originally came with Windows 10 Mobile, such as a Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL, or Lumia 550, you can get the update now by opening Settings > Update & security > Phone update and clicking the Check for updates button.
Source Microsoft forums