It didn’t take long, but it looks like RIM has caught wind of previously reported allegations about the delay of BlackBerry 10 devices due to the operating system being a failure. RIM responded to the post with a Tweet calling the post “inaccurate and uninformed.” Now obviously there’s no way to determine who’s telling the truth here – after all, if RIM knew BlackBerry 10 is going to be a disappointment, I’m sure they wouldn’t publicly reveal it in the first place. However, it is also very likely that BGR’s trusted source could be the stories of a disgruntled employee or just someone who has a problem with the company. Regardless of who’s telling the truth, we’ll find out eventually when BlackBerry 10 devices hit the market next year. In the meantime we’ll keep you posted on future developments.
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