The new version of PlayBook, OS 2.0, which was supposed to be officially released later, has been leaked. However, it isn’t clear if act was done purposefully or not. However, with the leaking come some new facts regarding the latest OS such as this; Research In Motion has thrown in a native-email, solutions for contacts, as well as a calendar in its soon-to-be released OS 2.0. Photos of BlackBerry PlayBook OS show Android App player along with other new features.
Even though you are able to make an addition of Exchange ActiveSync, CardDav, POP, CalDav and IMAP accounts, according to what it seems, you will not be able to invite the Internet Server accounts of BlackBerry to the party, neither will you be allowed to invite the BlackBerry Exchange Server.
To sum up what has emerged as of now, Research In Motion will be throwing in a native support for email in the PlayBook but it may not include support of BIS or BES.
Some people may not take the news as a shocker as according to previous hearsays, the BlackBerry Colt, powered by QNX, will also not be featuring support for BlackBerry Exchange Serve because of complexities in getting it worked on QNX.
But all BlackBerry fans should wait till the new OS version is officially launched to see what more it has to offer.
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