Doesn't seem like a game changer to me. RIM is going down.
"You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to
them. By the time you get it built, they'll want something new."
This article is right. With iphone 5 coming and note 2 and the just released s3 who would upgrade their contract early next year since the holidays are over. Ajd for those that just upgraded wont be entice by bb10. It was exciting when i firdt got the wind of it but with extereme delays this wont even stand a chamce in todays market.
I have high hopes it does something for the market. More competition would be nice for everyone out there. Though I have to agree with Nicole on this one, with the upcoming and already released products for the holiday, I can see it being a hard sell. Either way, I am looking forward to see what happens.
Eh, it's an iPhone copy. Unless it does everything way better than apple nothing will change. The one thing I like about my BB is the physical keyboard.
Joma, it's only a physical copy of the iPhone, the different OS is going to be a huge selling point. And no offense, but physical keyboards are a thing of the past.
Physical keyboards persists because they're still better than any virtual keyboard on a touch screen. Also they let you type without sacrificing part of the screen!
Btw, RIM is releasing a version of BB10 phone with a physical keyboard a little after the Screen only version release.
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