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    Question Increase memory and app sales

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I always wondered why it took such a long time before the increase of onboard memory. I know in certain markets products get hold back to create a market stability and for improvement of future sales. When I had my 8320, I bought a bunch of apps and then started to run out of memory. And that was it. No more buying apps. I could have properly deleted some, but which ones???
    Now with my 8900, I loaded my old ones, bought a bunch of new ones (and of course some free ones) and still have more memory that my 8320 would without or anything installed.
    So my guest would be, improve memory helps the sales of apps.

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    I agree. And don't forget BlackBerry didn't start App World until they started releasing their higher memory devices. They seem to have thought the same thing you did.

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    Where's my royalties. Lol

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