Can This Market Save Apple?

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“It is due to this stability that corporate customers offer that BlackBerry has managed to generate cash in the last few quarters despite seeing its handset revenues fall by nearly half in the past year,” the report added.

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Trefis also quoted an IDC survey that found that more iPhones and Android smartphones were sold in the enterprise market than BlackBerries last year. While Android was more popular among employees, Apple had a lead in employer purchases. Among the phones supplied by employers last year, about 31 million were iPhones, more than double the number of Android smartphones.

Here’s a technical look at how Apple, Google and BlackBerry have all traded in relation to one another in 2013:

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