Perhaps consumers' least favourite thing about RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook is its sore lack of apps. After all, it's got powerful hardware, and the price is certainly right these days (as little as $199 currently).
RIM's next-gen platform, BB10, promises to deliver thousands of Android apps. But what if the Canadian tech company's tablet could tap into Apple's war chest of 650,000 iOS apps?
One developer has suddenly made this seem shockingly possible. He has ran numerous demos already, which CrackBerry confirms are legitimate. There are several restrictions to his genius method, but the fact that he has accomplished this feat in any manner is truly astounding.
Of course, this likely breaks at least a few of Apple's terms and conditions, so he'll have to brace for the wrath of a company hell-bent on full control. Even so, the potential of this discovery should excite BlackBerry fans everywhere.