Research In Motion’s last delay saw the much-anticipated BlackBerry 10 platform delayed from launching this fall until “early 2013.”
And while a couple weeks ago RIM affirmed the next-gen operating system was on schedule for a first quarter release, one analyst believes RIM has pushed back the release date.
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Peter Misek, an analyst at Jefferies and Company, a global securities and investment banking group located in New York, in his latest report wrote that “he thinks” RIM will probably launch BB10 in March, as opposed to the long awaited launch in January or February of 2013.
We shall see if RIM confirms this.