Just last week RIM revealed the first alpha version of their long-awaiting new platform – BlackBerry OS 10. This version of the platform is, of course, only meant to be used by software developers and is still missing a lot of the features, which we’re going to see in the final version. Crackberry, though, have managed to acquire some interesting details, which may actually be revealing some of the changes, which are planned to be made to the system in the recent future. The documents hint, that we should be expecting an option to wirelessly share our screen, a video editor, which is probably the result of the acquirement of JayCut last year and last, but not least – a new type of lock-screen, which would show notifications according to the device’s movement. B. A.
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