Looking forward to PlayBook OS 2.0 for your BlackBerry PlayBook? According to rumors online you won’t be waiting for too long, in fact we might be seeing the update as early as in a week’s time. N4BB.com has reported that its sources have confirmed February 21st to be the expected release date of PlayBook OS 2.0. However, there’s really no way of confirming the rumor besides waiting for the day to arrive or getting someone in the know to disclose that information. We’ve previously heard rumors about a February 17th release date, so this new date marks a slight delay for its release – but just as long as RIM sticks to its February deadline, I’m sure nobody will get too upset.
The PlayBook OS 2.0 is supposed to turn the PlayBook into what it should have been when on launch day. It includes native email, calendar and contacts apps. BBM still won’t be present (you’ll need to use BlackBerry Bridge for that), but hopefully the support for running Android apps can make up for it. Who’s still looking forward to PlayBook OS 2.0?
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