RIM will be officially launching Blackberry 10 on the 30th of January 2013 (be sure to check back with us then for the details!), and they are also expecting to make Blackberry 10 handsets available within 30 days of its launch which is most definitely a good thing. For those wondering about the progress RIM has been making so far, the Canadian company has announced that the gold version of the Blackberry 10 SDK will be made available to developers on the 11th of December. While this is good news for developers, it is also good news for regular folks since it is an indication that everything appears to be right on schedule. The gold version of the SDK will allow developers to finalize their testing and tweaking of their apps before submission and will be able to rest assured knowing that it should have no problems running on the commercial release of Blackberry 10.
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