Microsoft still hasn't announced a release date for the first Windows 7 Service Pack, but apparently it can't be too far off judging by a recently leaked version of the code. Technology blog Other than mostly minor updates, along with the usual inclusion of previous patches and hotfixes, many are also hoping that Microsoft bakes in native support for USB 3.0 as well as newer versions of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The final version of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 is expected to land sometime in September of this year, with a beta build in June.