Apple Store opens in BlackBerry hometown of Waterloo
Apple opened a handful of new Apple Stores today, none more amusingly placed than the one in Waterloo, Ontario, the hometown of BlackBerry maker RIM. Starting today, anyone in Waterloo who wants an iPhone rather than Bold, iPad rather than PlayBook can just wander on over. And according to @Steve_Gamble, they seem to be doing just that:
Anyone else attending the opening of Apple in Waterloo? Any CrackBerry protests going? Let us know!
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