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Apple CEO Tim Cook was blunt when discussing the end of BlackBerry phones (AAPL)

On the same day that BlackBerry, once the leader in the smartphone market, announced that it was going to stop making its own phones, Apple announced a new program to move onto its former turf. Apple is targeting big business smartphone deployments, which used to be one of BlackBerry's main sources of revenue. So the Financial Times asked Apple CEO Tim Cook what he thought about BlackBerry's announcement, which has been called the "end of an era.
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