iPhone does not threaten Blackberry | Macitynet.it
The pressure exerted by the iPhone on the market for smart phones and advanced personal communication devices may be less severe than most analysts think. This is the opinion of Mike Abamsky, an RBC Capital Market researcher.
In particular, according to Abramsky, Rim would be, with Palm the main competitor of Apple in the phone market, should not suffer excessive trauma from the launch of the mobile phone. Based on surveys carried out over the past weeks, Rim could continue to have a strong pull thanks to a new range of phones based on CDMA technologies made in collaboration with Qualcomm and the expansion of its partners in the field of telephony networks.
Abramsky's opinion gave Rim investors a little peace of mind that since the launch of the iPhone they have shown a lot of nervousness making the title volatile. After RBC's predictions, Rim has reached price thresholds that it hasn't seen since the launch of the iPhone.