The RPF Developers pass the information to MS so they can build the Drivers, therefore only MS will know the timescale.deadkenny wrote:Onboard WiFi & BT on Pi 3 with current latest Insider Preview build 14262 of IoT... no go.
It's a fair question for the OP to ask as it's not immediately clear unless you stumble on the correct page from MS...
http://ms-iot.github.io/content/en-US/w ... atsNew.htm
I ordered on the basis on the blog entries and suggestion was that the Pi 3 is fully supported with the latest Insider Preview.Coming Soon in a future release of Windows IoT Core Insider Preview
•Onboard WiFi & Bluetooth, but in the meantime you can still use a compatible USB WiFi/Bluetooth dongle.
Not complaining as I can wait for a release that does support the onboard WiFi, just it's a slight niggle if you've just got it, flashed away, going through the set up and then it says it can't find the WiFi device. Just means I have to dig out an Ethernet cable and find a spare port on a switch somewhere for the time being.
Hopefully "coming soon" is not far off.
BT is more of a disappointment as I wanted to play with that. I don't really want to buy the dongle as being built in is a large point of the Pi 3. Still, hopefully soon.
The link you posted I had already posted here and in another Thread