RIM recently dished out its latest helping of bad news; 5,000 job cuts, and a delayed BlackBerry 10 OS – its secret weapon to battle against Android and iOS.
However, RIM marketing chief Frank Boulben has stepped up to tellReuters that the firm's postponed lifeboat is for the best.
He said: "The short delay is not detrimental if the quality is there when we launch early next year. We will have much more attention and focus and ability to leverage our carriers."
The claim echoes CEO Thorsten Heins' sentiment that there's nothing wrong with the company, simply that it's going through a transition.
However, said 'transition' has seen sales fall by more than two million units quarter-on-quarter, while revenue dropped by 43 per cent.
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