RIM didn’t reveal any next-generation consumer hardware at BlackBerry World 2012, but the company did show off some of what it’s long awaited BlackBerry 10 operating system has to offer. RIM has a lot riding on this OS, and one slip-up could spell disasterous for a company that is fighting for its life. So what did we learn about BlackBerry 10? Check it out.
During his keynote, Heins showed off images of the new BlackBerry 10 homescreen and it looks nothing like BlackBerry's previous efforts. The new homescreen appears to offer widgets similar to those found in Google's Android and Microsoft's Windows Phone operating systems. The new look is a welcome departure from the stodgy styling of the current BlackBerry operating systems and brings some much needed life to BlackBerry 10.