On December 15, 2017, Black Berry announced that there will be at least another two years of support for Black Berry 10 and Black Berry OS devices.
Black Berry will end the support for the operating system at the end of 2019.
Black Berry Mobile smartphones abandoned Black Berry 10 in favor of the Android operating system, beginning with its 2017 Black Berry KEYone.
The first Black Berry phone to ship with Android, however, was Black Berry Limited's Priv.
The operating system is expected to be end of life at the end of 2019 The touchscreen is the predominant input method of Black Berry 10, in addition to hardware keyboard for devices that have one.
Users can use gestures and keyboard shortcuts to navigate around the system.
The update process takes 30-45 minutes to complete.
You can update the phone's software when a new software version is available.
Before updating your phone's software, it's recommended that you back up the phone memory.An Active Frame is a miniaturized window of the application which keeps running in the background.A user can return to such an application by tapping on the Active Frame or close it by tapping on the X icon.Future updates, like versions 10.3.3 and 10.3.4, would focus on security and privacy enhancements only.In 2016, Black Berry Limited ceased making smartphones and licensed TCL Communication to manufacture them under the name Black Berry Mobile.Devices with a hardware keyboard can use keyboard shortcuts to reach applications or perform specific functions more quickly.