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Thanks Steve! Apple's iPhone to boost BlackBerry sales

By Kevin Michaluk on 28 Mar 2007 04:26 pm EDT
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Steve JobsLook what just came in on the CrackBerry.com Bloomberg terminal...

"Hats off to Steve'' Jobs, Apple's leader, Research In Motion co-Chief Executive Officer Michael Lazaridis said in an interview yesterday at the CTIA Wireless conference in Orlando, Florida. "He made smartphones cool again. Now everyone wants one. He helped the entire industry."

"We complement each other really well," Lazaridis said. "We both focus on two entirely different markets. One is pure consumer and pure consumable. One is pure function and pure productivity.

Natalie Kerris, a spokeswoman for Apple, declined to comment.

My initial feeling when the iPhone was announced was that it might just turn out to be good news for RIM in the long run. I guess only time will tell... your thoughts?

Read the full story here.  

1 comment

naviwilliams

I think they will love it, but true diehard 'blackberry' fans. like me, I don't think they are convinced. Yet!