Will the Blackberry become obsolete?
And therefore, should I get a new smartphone?
from what i heard they're going to focus only on business customers
This is an i-related products world, none of my friends is using Blackberry.
Still there are some blackberry fans. If RIM can come with some good products still they have chance.
Back during the early hunter-gatherer years a very similar question arose: "Will rhubarb become obsolete?" People had discovered not only Blackberries, but also Strawberries, blueberries and huckleberries.... and felt that they - collectively - would displace rhubarb. However, we now know that there is a place for each of them in the kitchen - in our cookbooks.....
So.... no, Blackberries are here to stay.....
P.S. DON'T get me going to Mangos!!!!
by Lily Rose 7 years ago
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by Kevin J Timothy 6 years ago
I can't help but feel like i'm a part of a fading crowd. Anyone still choose the Blackberry as their smartphone of choice?
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by ChilliWilly 7 years ago
Your favorite smartphone at the time?
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