BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB) has packed a slew of new improvements in the upcoming OS 10.3.2 ecosystem, whose preview was available to few BlackBerry users on Monday. On Monday, BlackBerry 10.3 Beta program users got their hands on the preview build of 10.3.3.281, and the update was later floated on various other websites. CrackBerry folks were first to stumble by the changes in the latest version, listing it on their website.
Blackberry 10.3.2 offers new, improved features
With the update, the browser will have advanced features such as Anti-Phishing and enhanced Private Browsing Mode. Improvements have been made to the hub that now allows the users to view the attachment and simultaneously open the mail associated with it. It is also possible to bulk clear the recent contacts.
Private browsing mode has been enhanced, and BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB) Protect has also been introduced. BlackBerry Protect enables its users to perform actions like wiping, locking and recovering their device remotely. BlackBerry has also made improvements in the calendar features, adding time-zone previews while creating or editing an event. With the update, Amazon shopping app comes pre-loaded, and peek now shows data and carrier.
Not without bugs
Just like any other update, the new update is also stained with few bugs, which needs to be cleared before the final version is released. Most of the new BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB) devices, such as the Passport, Classic, Z30, Z10 and Q10, can be updated to the new version of the OS.
Issues have been noticed with the Alarm settings. The alarm randomly sets to a different time and toggling in recurrence. Corruption of the description might also take place. Also, with the newest update, Hub settings may not remain the same. Another issue, was longer time taken in inputting the text after restarting the phone. Further, CrackBerry noted that the content in the minimized apps might look stretched. After installation, when user starts booting the device, it could take up to 10 minutes in some cases. The full list of bugs and the changes can be accessed at the CrackBerry website.