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Four Ways Apple Can Outsell Research In Motion


Looking for an edge In the battle for smartphone supremacy.


The iPhone may have the market cornered on sleek, what with its enviable design, elegant touchscreen interface and "it" factor, but that doesn't mean it has the market cornered. The numbers don't lie: BlackBerry outsells the device by almost 1 million units a month.

And it's not because of the volume sales Research In Motion (RIMM), maker of the BlackBerry, does with corporations (although the so-called "CrackBerry" is a veritable must-have in the business world). No, BlackBerry's growth is concentrated in the consumer space - precisely the spot where it can take the biggest bite out of Apple's (AAPL) iPhone .

So, what can Apple do to boost sales - even surpass those of Research In Motion? Our pals at have 4 positively inspired ideas. Click here to read them all.

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