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RIM Promises Software Tools for Mac

RIM Promises Software Tools for Mac

Posted September 19, 2008 at 4:17pm by iClarified · 4071 views
RIM plans to release a set of new tools within the first half of 2009 which will be Mac compatible, according to CIO.com

"We know that we don't have an ideal solution for Mac users," the RIM source said. "It's something that's been on our radar since 2004, at least."

Though the source said the new Mac tools are expected during the first half of next year, he would not provide specific details on release dates or product features. It's still unclear whether RIM plans to release its own Mac-compatible version of Desktop Manager or work with a third-party software vendor to develop a comparable product (like an improved version of PocketMac).

Conceivably they might consider a combination of the two, in which RIM-developed software would be packaged along with software from an outside vendor.


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