Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion has just made available for download a new flavor of its BlackBerry 10 Beta SDK, and is gearing up for more updates in the coming months.
Following this release, the company plans on pushing out an update for the Beta SDK sometime in October, so as to offer a series of bug fixes for developers, and should deliver the final flavor of the tools in November.
The company also explains that each new release comes with updated runtimes (Native, HTML5, Adobe AIR, and Android), and that these are, in fact, incremental upgrades to functionality.
“Each runtime’s functionality won’t necessarily be in sync, as they each have different developer audiences where APIs are prioritized based on what each of these communities are asking for,” the handset vendor notes.
Said runtimes can be found on RIM's developer website