iPad 2 causing BlackBerry PlayBook delays?
The BlackBerry PlayBook has been on the receiving end of a fair few delays since being first revealed last September. Off the back of the latest one-month set back to the RIM tablet’s release schedule, it now looks as though BlackBerry fans have someone to aim their fury at.
It is, of course, Apple’s fault.
Apparently the Cupertino giant’s iPad 2 launch has caused touch-panel shortages, meaning there hasn’t been enough to go around for the RIM device. That fact, on top of the rumoured software testing issues RIM are currently having with the device, now sees the tablet slated for a 14th April launch stateside, and a June release hopefully pencilled in for the UK.
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Real multitasking, Micro USB, Real High Def, Good Stereo speakers, faster dual core processor…
This is really a very cool blog, thanks a great deal for this! I’ve read a great deal about this topic in the past and I agree with you.
It might well be apples fault but do I care though?
I think a portion should go to the deficit, however some of it should go to student athletes in the form of summer jobs, etc, etc.
It never ends…Apple walks on water….Playbook is out on the 19th of April, testing is completed, battery lifew as good or better then Itoy2…Flash, two good cameras, Real multitasking, Micro USB, Real High Def, Good Stereo speakers, faster dual core processor…the proof will be in a head to head comptetition not by Consumers sucked in by Hype and Apple BS