By Evan Blass | October 12, 2010 11:43 AM
Almost two months after it first hit both Palm devices on Sprint, the AT&T Palm Pixi Plus has become the last of six American models to receive the webOS 1.4.5 update. Even AT&T’s Palm Pre Plus was upgraded almost a month ago, around the same time as Verizon’s Pre Plus, and about two weeks after Big Red’s Pixi Plus. The release comes just a day after rumors of a Palm Pre 2 have picked up thanks to a document published by French carrier SFR.
With the biggest webOS changes looming in the unreleased version 2.0, 1.4.5 is mostly a minor upgrade which brings one key bit of functionality: support for apps developed with the proprietary PDK, which makes 3D gaming a reality on the platform. WebOS 2.0, on the other hand, will bring a host of changes, from integrated Office and cloud document support to a rumored virtual keyboard.