25 October 2010

Steve Jobs vs Jim Balsillie

CEO of Research in Motion (RIM), Jim Balsillie commented on Apple CEO Steve Jobs claims related to the amount of future sales of smartphones and a 7-inch tablet.

"We think many consumers are now tired with what is said and thought out by Apple," Balsillie said in response to Apple's statement.

"For anyone who is outside the influence of environmental and Apple must have realized if the tablet-sized seven-inch will actually dominate the market," said Balsillie is denied if the size of the tablet was considered too small.

As is known, the current manufacturer of the Blackberry is currently developing a tablet-sized screens 18 cm. This size is still very small when compared to tablets made by Apple, iPad, a screen size of 25 centimeters.

Previously, Jobs made the comments that mention tablet size 7 inches as the responsibility and did not enter into any category. "The device was too small to compete with smartphones and too big to compete with the iPad," he said.

Balsillie had 'slapped' by tilting back behind Apple's Apple's rejection of Adobe Flash videos on the iPad.

"We all know if the Adobe Flash support whatever is best for customers who want the Internet experience wonderful. We also tender when Apple wanted to try to control the ecosystem and set the platform is closed, it was all good for Apple itself. Developers even want more choice, and consumers want full access to the internet that the majority of his web use Flash, "said Balsillie.

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