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Now ready for developers
Many folks have been wondering exactly how well the on-screen keyboard for BlackBerry 10 will work. During BlackBerry World 2012's Keynote address today, we got a further look at how things will work. Freshly revamped, the new keyboard will make use of gestures on the device to enable users to maintain a keyboard that learns as you type while also allowing you to customize its features. For things such as predictive text, you can actually just swipe suggestions onto the screen making the whole experience effortless. Needless to say, this isn't going to be a reliving of SurePress. RIM is working on something different and very compelling here.