Images have appeared online that purport to show off what Facebook integration would look like on BlackBerry 10.
Apparently BlackBerry 10 will use TAT Cascades, which promises to display rich native graphics. Share UI, which emphasizes TAT-builds, promises to be a focal point of BB 10, allowing users to share images, pictures or links to other applications or sites (e.g., Facebook, BBM, Picasa, DropBox) in smooth swipey-manner.
The sharing feature is very similar to what is available on iOS and Android, but significantly better than the current BlackBerry App. Regardless of the bad press RIM has been receiving recently, we hope BB 10 comes out as nice as everyone hopes.