BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0 to launch February 17th?
The improvements in BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 bring a new e-mail client to the device along with a calendar app and a contacts list that is integrated with LinkedIn. Additionally, some new enhancements have been made to the BlackBerry Bridge. When we showed you a video demonstration of the OS earlier this month, we told you that some Android apps were running on Playbook 2.0 and we were told that existing Android apps can be submitted by developers to BlackBerry AppWorld.
If RIM does rollout the PlayBook OS 2.0 update on February 17t, it would be nearly 10 months after the launch of the actual BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. That really seems too long to wait to make much-needed improvements to the device. With RIM's recently leaked roadmap showing that the Canadian manufacturer plans on releasing two tablets this year, including a first anniversary BlackBerry PlayBook refresh, RIM will need to prove that it can produce a tablet that can compete in a highly competitive market.
1. andrew1953 (Posts: 174; Member since: 13 Nov 2011)
February 17th not a problem,I can wait not being an instant gratification freak. All the footage I have seen on Utube looks terrific. It looks like Playbook OS 2.0 should really make that device and the Blackberry system into something even more valuable and useful for Crackberry devotees. I will now be able to usevthe keyboard on my 9800 to type messages on my Playbook and much.much more. I haven't looked backk since becoming a Blacberry and look fforward to upgrading my system when the new Blackberry 10 handset(s) are released late 2012.
4. trollface (Posts: 10; Member since: 17 Jan 2012)
i would get a Blackberry phone and was... until i saw BB OS 7 :( but with Blackberry 10 on the way :D i may as well just stick with andriod a bit longer
2. davecann2 (Posts: 460; Member since: 15 Mar 2011)
This just in,,,,
RIM goes out of business Feb 18th
... Just kiddin, I really wany to see RIM succeed. I miss the good-ol-days of data security =P
3. trollface (Posts: 10; Member since: 17 Jan 2012)
im getting the BB london to support RIM and hey its going to be better than andriod simply because of the two app stores along with a SEXY design and slick OS im really excited about this im just praying that it will turn a few heads and hey if Blackberry 10 can gain some market share then RIMs saved! if not... then amazon might injoy it :(