- 02-09-2013, 03:16 PM #28
The most important question we should be asking the OP is whether or not having Apple in the credits actually detracts from his experience of the web browser or the device??.
If it doesnt then who gives a flying pig if they are mentioned in there
But if it has detracted from your experience of the web browser then please for the love of god, return your device
- 02-09-2013, 04:29 PM #29
The really funny thing is... This isn't news. WebKit has been there since BB OS6.Quick Help BLACKBERRY HELP 101 | Direct load Android (APK) Apps : BB10 10.2.1|Sideloading apps: BB10/PlayBook | Update/Reload Software: BB7.1- - PlayBook - BB10 | Debrick: BB7.1- - PlayBook - BB10 | Backup 3rd Party Apps: BB7.1- - PlayBook & BB10: Just use BB Link | Battery Saving: BB7.1- - PlayBook - BB10
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02-09-2013, 05:06 PM #31
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This is not news. The improved BlackBerry Browser in BlackBerry OS 6 as well as OS 7 and in PlayBook OS 1 and 2 all use WebKit as their basis. BlackBerry chose WebKit for good reasons, including trying to give users the best experience possible (compare to Microsoft for example and the crippled mobile IE in Windows Phone 7.x and 8.x). For history and background on WebKit, please see Wikipedia links posted by others in this thread.
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