Tag: blackberry playbook os 2.0
When I first used my PlayBook, my only concern was the touch. I’m touchscreen challenged, and the keyboard though very user friendly, left me at will to get a keyboard to use. I’ve had the same experience with Android phones, which drove me to use an alternative third party virtual keyboard app. Check it out…
Thanks to Terrence at the BerryReview, we get to see a few of the great BlackBerry PlayBook commercials that have materialized showing some of the great features of the new PlayBook OS 2.0 update. Very nice, you have to watch them! Let us know which one is your favorite so far.
We’re counting down the hours as we look forward to the update of PlayBook OS 2.0 becoming unleashed soon. The rumor is said to be 4 AM. While waiting for the update, Bridge has been updated, and you don’t need to wait for OS 2.0 to check it out.
At BlackBerry DevCon Europe 2012 we watched CEO Thorsten Heins introduce Vivek Bhardwaj and he was demonstrating OS 2.0. Vivek also tried to demonstrate the Bridge and OS 2.0 with “Open On” but it didn’t work. RIM wouldn’t leave you waiting, so they followed up with Vivek and posted the video showing how it works.
Since RIM announced the BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 update, there has been a lot of un-answered questions. Our friends at BBCool had some time to sit down with RIM to discuss the PlayBook’s upcoming native apps and even the long awaited 4G PlayBook models. Below is some of the popular Q&A’s about the PlayBook, including […]