Seems like the proud owners of the original Asus EeePad Transformer have no option but to wait until early February to lay their hands on the latest Android avatar - Ice Cream Sandwich.
Last month, it was announced by the Taiwan based electronic giant, that the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 would be made available from January 12 onwards. Following that announcement, word was that the ICS 4.0 update to the original Transformer was likely to hit the market soon after.
"ICS 4.0 will be coming to existing Eee Pad Transformer TF101. Exact date TBC but we are working on making the FOTA update available a.s.a.p. after Jan 12th launch with Prime TF201," the company announced on its Facebook page
The company later announced the update would be available towards the end of the month only, and not from January 12 onwards.
"[Correction] Dear all members, please kindly note that we have just received information from HQ that for TF101 update to ICS, as all has to be approved by Google, thus estimated availability to update to ICS will be around end of this month," read a Facebook post by ASUS Singapore.