Apple iPhone? Na, AppleBerry

If this is true, the never spotted Apple iPhone is going to be the AppleBerry. Apple and Research in Motion are going to combine (via ilounge) their top selling mobile device. The former wants to get into the business for companies, and the later raves about being a more consumer oriented product company.

If this is true, Peter Misek will be right once again. Last year, the very same analyst for Canaccord Capital Inc. predicted a partnership between RIM and Intel Corp.

Is it the worst mash-up Apple has ever done? Is this going to boost Apple product sales? Rant a bit. What do you think?

Jun 5, 2006 | By Nuno

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2 comments

  • #0 Ewan:
  • If you actually combined a blackberry and an ipod together with a decent megapixel camera, or say the features of an N90, I reckon I’d be extremely delighted!

  • #1 Nuno Bastei:
  • Ewan, why not jumping directly on the Nokia N91?

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