Words are extremely important, and one’s choice when it comes to conveying a message too, would be useful in ensuring that the recipient receives the intended message the correct way or not. Analyst Peter Misek of Jefferies is not exactly the “go to” guy when it comes to his analysis on RIM, as he does not have the fantastic track record that one can be proud of, and yet many of the mass media did bite on what he shared concerning the apparent delay of the BlackBerry 10 operating system.
He claimed that BlackBerry 10 will miss its January 2013 release date, and fans of BlackBerry will have to wait for a couple more months until March 2013 for that to happen. Well, that is not entirely true, as RIM had always maintained that BlackBerry 10 will see a Q1 2013 release date, and logically speaking, that would mean a January to March release date window. So whoever started off with a January release date ought to be drawn and quartered, but in this more civilized age, we would settle for a less harsh sentence and read more to get to the bottom of alleged claims and to get between the lines of an analysis, even more so from an analyst who is basically a professional storyteller.