Also, look at the rapidly dwindling RIM marketshare
. 3 months ago RIM had 24.7% of the marketshare, and now they're at 19.7%
. That's a full 5 percent drop in only 3 months. Given that RIM insiders haven't reported buying RIM stock since July 2010
, that makes people wonder how long there will be Blackberries. Also, the Playbook has performed miserably
, and it appears that they've killed development of other tablets.
Given all of the above, it really doesn't surprise me. Why support a device that is tanking fast, and is considered shaky even by those on the inside?