RIM updates BlackBerry Playbook
|By Edwin Kee – 11/28/2011 6:00:25 AM|
The BlackBerry Playbook is not exactly the best selling tablet in the market right now, let alone having it fly the best seller flag for manufacturer RIM at the moment. In fact, RIM has gone so far as to offer the Playbook for free to enterprise customers, which is not always a good thing as it reveals your position to your rivals in the market that you are clearly having issues clearing up your inventory, and while the Playbook has not gone the way of the HP Touchpad, it is still a worrying sign for the Canadian company. At least RIM still supports the BlackBerry Playbook with updates, and while the most recent update will not introduce Blackberry smartphone synchronization capabilities to your tablet, at least it will still fix several issues as listed below.
- Updated version of Adobe Flash Player version 11.1 and Adobe AIR 3.1
- Daylight savings time updates for time zones in the regions of Latin America, Australia and Central America
- Updated Bluetooth and Wi-Fi software to help to improve connectivity
- Fixed issues some users were experiencing with account payments in the BlackBerry App World storefront
- Improved synching when restoring applications with BlackBerry Desktop Software
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