If you been waiting for the PlayBook OS udpate it looks like is finally rolling out to most people. Mine was at 358 MB but I hear for some is 350 not sure what the difference in size is but we do have the full change log for you thanks to Michael over at the official BlackBerry Blog.
New Features and Changes:
Improved connectivity & productivity with the BlackBerry Bridge application
- Enhanced Support for Saving Attachments – The BlackBerry® Bridge™ app offers you more flexibility around where and how you save attachments for viewing and editing. You can now save an attachment to a removable SD card, or to your BlackBerry smartphone’s internal flash memory.
- ZIP Attachment Support – The BlackBerry Bridge app now gives you access to ZIP files received as an email attachment. While bridged, you can now download a zip file from an email to your smartphone SD card and then extract compressed contents for viewing or editing on your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
Additional Multimedia Features
- Portrait Support in Pictures App – With BlackBerry Tablet OS v1.0.7, pictures that you’ve taken with your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet or transferred from your PC can now be viewed in either portrait or landscape formats for the layout that best fits your needs.
- Pinch to Zoom in Video App – Use the pinch gesture to zoom in on the finer details of your favorite video content, just like you would with a website or picture today – all while the video continues to play.
Additional Language Support
With BlackBerry Tablet OS v1.0.7, we have also added support for the following 15 languages:
- Bahasa Indonesia
- Portuguese Brazilian
- Portuguese European
How to update to BlackBerry Tablet OS v1.0.7
Users who purchase and activate a BlackBerry PlayBook tablet on or after Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 will be automatically updated to v1.0.7 as part of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet setup process. Existing BlackBerry PlayBook tablet users will be presented with a software update notification on the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet status ribbon, or they can check for the software update at any time in the Settings Menu under Software Updates.
Remember to also update the BlackBerry Bridge application on your BlackBerry smartphone.
Thanks to Roy for the tip, Source BlackBerry Blog