It's still all speculation, obviously there will be people out there that are so upset with RIM that they will stay either with IOS or Android, but if the new O/s lives up to it's potential and is integrated well with the PlayBook, they may have a chance of competing, particularly if it comes with things like Docs2Go already installed. They will have to come in with a price that is below the IPhone and top Android phones to even get a look in, at least to start with, buy the market, keep getting the developers on board to make more Apps, (as this seems to be what people want), integrate well with social networking software, and most of all make the phone solid, but good looking, with a lot of screen space, fast processors and memory that can run the Apps and they will make it.
Love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful, and optimistic. And we will change the world. - Jack Layton (1950-2011)
Blackberry PlayBook 64GB Nokia 1020, Microsoft Surface PRO 2