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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

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The update also takes one of BlackBerry's most popular capabilities, messaging, and allows users to personalize it so that they can tell from the color of the blinking LED light, or from the ringtone or the vibrations set off, exactly who is trying to reach them. Besides customizing the notification features to determine who is calling or trying to send a message, these features can be set up to help users determine which platform a message is being sent from whether it is via email, Twitter or Facebook.

The update also gives users more control over the cursor, making it easier to correct text or highlight a word. A blue circle can be moved to the exact point where a word or letter needs to be inserted. In addition, with all of the talk about how well the Nokia Lumia handsets take pictures in low-light conditions, the update brings HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode to the BlackBerry Z10 camera. By layering multiple pictures at different exposure levels, a picture now combines the best of the dark areas and light areas in bringing BlackBerry 10.1 owners improved performance with pictures snapped in low-light conditions. The camera will also now reduce both red and golden eye images.

While the update starts rolling out today to Z10 owners, don't panic if you don't get it by the stroke of midnight. These updates usually are sent out in waves and if your phone doesn't receive it today, tomorrow or even the next day, just be calmed by the knowledge that it will eventually arrive.

source: BlackBerry via BGR

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