- 03-26-2013, 08:07 AM #1
U.S Launch is a disappointment. Shares are tumbling.
BlackBerry shares tumble after 'disappointing' debut of Z10 smartphones in the US - Telegraph
"Shocking", really, seeing that Heins said "Apple iPhone 'Old' " I'm sure Apple can sell more than twelve phones.
BlackBerry Chief Heins Says Apple iPhone 'Old,' No Longer Innovative - Forbes
- 03-26-2013, 01:08 PM #3
Remember when WP fans would gripe about how the carriers were hiding the phones at the back of the store, and steering away customers from the WP7 platform? That's what's happening with Blackberry now with the US carriers, and it's something they'll need to overcome. It's a pity because the phone and new OS are quite good. Blackberry is in roughly the same position that Microsoft was in until the WP8 launch; I'm not sure why Blackberry's situation is more mockable now than Microsoft's was then.
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- 03-27-2013, 04:04 AM #7
ttsoldier. May I remind you of all the bad publicity the 920 got? Yeah, it's like that. There is a lot of misinformation about and I'm surprised everyone is believing all these news articles when they've shown their true colors during the WP8 launch.
- 04-09-2013, 01:08 PM #11
If only they released it as the same time as everyone else...
That's what they need to do. Samsung learned. The s2 was available in the world first, then us later. The s3 came to everywhere during the same month, and look how that turned out.
- 04-30-2013, 04:10 AM #13
I can see why. I have a z10 and a 8X and the Z10 is the worse. Constant reboots, heating issues and battery life sucks and camera issues. I can why they are tumbling because of issues. I plan to return my z10 in two days because these issues are getting very pathetic after almost 2 months with no fix
04-30-2013, 05:25 AM #14
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Furthermore, you then back up your statement with a Daily Telegraph article that is a month old -- so this thread is pointless really. 👎