Another bad new for Research In Motion. After cutting off a number of their employees, the company is announcing that their so-called “savior”, BlackBerry 10 operating system, will not be released until next year.
RIM has admitted that the development of the BlackBerry 10 OS has been delayed, due to undisclosed reasons and that no devices will be released carrying the new OS, at least until next year.
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins is optimistic, even if his company has been receiving a ton of bad rep lately.
According to Heins, “RIM development team and relentlessly focused on ensuring the quality and reliability of the platform and I will not compromise the product by delivering it before it is ready. I am confident that the first BlackBerry 10 smartphones will provide a ground breaking next generation smartphone user experience.”
“The reception of the BlackBerry 10 platform by our key carrier partners has been very positive and they are looking forward to going to market with BlackBerry 10 smartphones in the first quarter of calendar 2013,” he added.
The quarterly earnings of RIM have plunged. The plunge was even worse than what analysts from Wall Street have predicted.
Do you think RIM can bounce back after taken a deep plunge?