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Blackberry Chief: iPhone User Interface Outdated

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BlackBerry chief exectutive officer Thorsten Heins has said the rapidly advancing global smartphone market has left Apple's iPhone in its wake, and predicted his company would have 100,000 native apps available for its Z10 devices in time for the US launch later this week.

Speaking exclusively to The Australian Financial Review, ahead of the local launch of its make-or-break smartphones, Mr Heins said last week's launch of the Samsung S4, along with a wave of recent smartphone releases had reeled in the lead Apple used to hold in the market.