Yes, the next version of Windows 10—version 1803, or the Spring Creators Update—will ship to customers in April 2018 as we expected.
That’s according to a Microsoft developer blog, which was updated today to include the information. Hey, at least it wasn’t a Joe Belfiore tweet.
Windows 10 version 1803, codenamed Redstone 4 and marketed as the Spring Creators Update, will ship in April 2018, exactly one year after the original Creators Update. It will be supported by Microsoft through October 2019, in keeping with Microsoft’s 18 months Windows 10 version support timeline.
Microsoft is expected to finalize Windows 10 version 1803 in the coming days. It typically does so about three weeks before the public rollout begins.