BlackBerry Is No Apple
Things may not be all that rosy for Apple these days, but at least it knows that it can count on its growing loyal audience to show up for new product introductions.
In this video, longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz explores the real problem with BlackBerry's 2.7 million Z10 and Q10 devices sold during their debut quarter by comparing the 3% adoption rate to Apple's better-than-10% adoption rate when the iPhone 5 came out. There seemed like a flattering nugget out of BlackBerry from its previous conference call in March, but in the context of last week's carnage, it's not pretty.
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