05-01-2013 08:38 AM - edited 05-14-2013 03:16 PM
BlackBerry® 10.1 OS builds on the features and functionality found on the BlackBerry® Z10 smartphone.
Software Support: BlackBerry® Link.
The Corporate Liable feature adds additional security in highly regulated and secure corporate environments by implementing a single Work space on the BlackBerry 10 smartphone.
Summary of changes:
• Work and Personal accounts are now separated in BlackBerry® Hub
• You can disable access to the Work space using USB by IT Policy
• An IT Policy restricts an application in the Work space from reading data in the Personal space
Cross Domain Email Warnings
Cross Domain Email Warnings occur when you compose an email message involving recipients that reside in different Internet domains. For example, if all current contacts are part of one domain, for example, firstname.lastname@example.org and a contact from a separate domain is added, for example, email@example.com, a warning message will appear alerting the user that a contact outside of the first domain will receive the message.
Out-of-Box Experience Software Updates
Configuration and software updates now occur in the background as opposed to a visible task or step in the original release of BlackBerry 10.
Customers may note a difference in the behavior of the OOBE and may wonder when or if the updates occur.
BlackBerry 10.1 will support BlackBerry® Smart Card Reader 2.0. Previous versions of the BlackBerry® Smart Card Reader are not supported.
Mnemonic Phone Dialing
On previous versions of BlackBerry smartphones, users could dial phone numbers by name or number. This functionality is included into BlackBerry 10.1. In the Phone app, simply start typing the name or number of the contact, and then tap the contact.
KB26038 - How to obtain logs from the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet or BlackBerry 10 smartphone
For additional support resources including product documentation, how-to demos, tips & tricks, YouTube® videos, and much more, please visit www.blackberry.com/support.