Note that 1.9 million BlackBerrys -- of all shapes, sizes, models, and OS versions -- were sold all quarter.
If telling the truth about what's actually in the financial statements that BBRY itself filed with the SEC is "spreading fear" then you're in deep trouble.
They'll lose more money this quarter on even smaller revenues. This company is circling the drain.
That doesn't address my question, which was: "what's BBRY going to do about it?" BlackBerry is not competitive with AAPL or anyone else. It's a failing, dying company posting miserable, declining revenues on negligible sales.
GAAP loss of $148 million ($0.28/share).
You can make a "non-GAAP profit" of whatever you want! But what goes in the books is the GAAP number and that's a loss of $148 million.
"Many iPhone and Android users will be taking a look at the Classic"
NO THEY WON'T. The only conceivable person who would possibly want one is someone who's still using a five-year-old Bold and won't give up the keyboard. There aren't enough of those to make a difference.
Yeah, all those weirdoes who are still using their 5-year-old clunky BBRYs can now buy a slightly newer one. That should change everything!
Look at the sales. Must be a lot of "metrosexuals" out there! No-one bought a Z30. Sucks to be you.
The inability of chumps to understand that there are two sides of every bet is always hilarious.
Chumps crying about analysts again and screaming manipulation. Must be a day that ends with "y".