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Both the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 are solidly designed devices, but they weren't without some issues at launch. In particular, the Skylake platform and graphics drivers were to blame for crashes that a number of users were facing. Users have been referring to the issues as "Surface Gate", which has become a small PR problem for the Redmond company.
According to ZDNet, Microsoft is not planning to launch any successors to the Surface Book or Surface Pro 4 this year due in part to the Skylake issues learnt from their predecessors. Microsoft may be electing to wait for the platform to mature and skip out on the upcoming Holiday season.
Microsoft could be launching the Surface successors in tandem with the release of Redstone 2 come Spring 2017, but the source claims that the company has been focusing more on business customers rather than conveniently aligning major Windows updates with hardware releases.
Nonetheless, a new Surface product could still be coming this Fall based on placeholder placards spotted last week. The source speculates that the new Surface model could replace the outgoing Surface 3 or be simple configuration updates for existing SKUs.