Friday, 25 November 2011

RIM Announces BlackBerry Playbook OS Update RIM announces BlackBerry BBX, PlayBook OS 2.0 developer beta An Update on BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0

RIM recently announced a latest software for their BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, and the udpate will bring a range of bug fixes to the device, as well as some new features which include Adobe Air 3.1 and Adobe Flash 11.
A newerversion of the BlackBerry® PlayBook OS is now available to all BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet users –BlackBerry PlayBook OS v1.0.8.4985. This free update can be downloaded over-the-air from your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
We believe BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 will deliver a great experience for our customers, building on the powerful performance introduced with BlackBerry PlayBook tablet earlier this year. The software update will add advanced integrated email, calendar and contact apps, a new video store, as well as new functionality that will allow your BlackBerry smartphone and BlackBerry PlayBook to work together even better.
For the enterprise, we’re addressing many barriers to tablet adoption, including device manageability and enterprise application deployment. Enterprises will uniquely have the ability to manage tablets from a centralized server, while BlackBerry® Balance ensures a seamless user experience for personal and professional needs and gives CIOs the peace of mind that corporate data is secure. Plus BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 will provide dedicated shelf space inside the BlackBerry App World™ storefront to make approved enterprise applications easily available to an organization’s end users. Together these features will help change the way enterprises view and use tablets.
So when could an end user get the new update? We expect to deliver the new BlackBerry PlayBook OS to customers in February 2012 and we’ll continue to keep you updated as we progress to the launch.

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