CEO Thorsten Heins said BlackBerry is on the right path for a turnaround despite the disappointing debut of its make-or-break line of smartphones. The company remains open to any options that would ... more 
CEO Thorsten Heins said BlackBerry is on the right path for a turnaround despite the disappointing debut of its make-or-break line of smartphones. The company remains open to any options that would create value for its investors. Heins said, "BlackBerry will pursue every opportunity to create value for shareholders." A new report claims that Apple may have cut its iPhone production orders by 20% for the second half of the year. Brian Blair of Wedge Partners said recently, per CNBC, that his channel checks have revealed that Apple likely cut iPhone orders to between 90 million and 100 million units, down from between 115 million and 120 million units. With tablet and smartphone video content sales expected to hit $9.5 billion in four years, all things digital will be the focus at the world's largest consumer electronics fare in Germany this September. less 
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