Normally, it takes a while for me to get it. But late Tuesday night, I got it. One one device. I checked four devices, and only one of them had the update, but that's normal. Some people expect to get the update the day it's released. I've never got it that early. Once, I got an update within a week or two after release, but this is the first time I got it the day they announced it.
And, of course, it's only on one of my devices. That's another thing some people don't understand. You probably won't get the update to all of your devices at the same time. At least, I've never received updates to all my devices at the same time. There's no pattern to when it will arrive. It's not by Roku account, it's not by geographical region. It's not by model number. It's not by anything we can tell. It just is, whenever it is.
So, let's recap.
If you get the Roku OS 11 on one or more of your devices, then that's normal.
If you don't get Roku OS 11 on one or more of your devices, that's normal too.
If you get Roku OS 11 on one but not other devices, that's normal.
If you don't get it for a month, that's normal.
If you don't get it for two months, that's normal.
If you don't get it for three months, that's normal.
So, when will you get it? When you get it. You might not like that answer, but that's the truth. Your not liking doesn't matter.
Roku updates don't have any discernable rhyme or reason to when it happens, and if you have more than one Roku device, you may not get them all at once, or even close together. It's how it is. If you have Roku, that random update rollout process is now a part of your Streaming Life.