Blackberry had once owned the market of smartphones like a king. Its devices were the first choice among bankers, lawyers, office executives and sales people. This was approximately a little less than a decade ago, when the phone’s operating system had fewer competitors and a promising privacy feature. As Android took over the world of smart phones, other operating systems have seen a gradual death, except the iPhone which has kept its head up high all the time.
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