BlackBerry mobile phone manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) is poised to release BlackBerry Desktop Software for the Mac during September.
The software will enable BlackBerry owners to synchronise content between their Apple computer and their mobile - a service that has hitherto been on offer only for PCs running Windows.
Owners of RIM’s smartphones will also be able to add and remove applications as well as update their software and restore device data.
News of the imminent arrival of Mac-compatible BlackBerry software was confirmed on an official blog operated by RIM.
The blogger does not name an official release date, but urges that BlackBerry owners to visit the Inside BlackBerry site to keep abreast of new developments.
RIM is currently gearing up for the release of the successor to the BlackBerry Storm 9500, dubbed the BlackBerry Storm 2.
Features of the phone are said to include a 3.2 megapixel camera and HSDPA support for fast downloads.
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