Microsoft will launch its much-needed Xbox One dashboard update in March, a new report suggests.
The firmware refresh will - as promised - include fixes for the console's much-maligned party chat system and a reorganisation of the platform's social features.
Both issues have been continually criticised by users, who have drawn up a list of fixes and missing features they'd like implemented.
The chic white colour has so far only been available to members of Microsoft's internal Xbox development team - hundreds were made and given away to developers at the console's launch. At least one of the machines were auctioned off for charity - and notched up £5000.
The same source also indicated that Microsoft would launch a 1TB Xbox One model in November and was continuing to look into a version of the console without a Blu-Ray drive (perhaps the two models are one and the same?). The company investigated releasing a disc-less version at the console's launch, although plans were put on hold.
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