“Canaccord Adams analyst Peter Misek said in a note to clients that he thinks the impact of Apple’s software development kit is neutral to RIM and maintained his ‘Buy’ rating and $150 target price for the stock,” The Associated Press reports.

“‘Microsoft, with Windows Mobile/ActiveSync, Nokia with Intellisync, and Motorola with Good Technology have all fared poorly in the enterprise. We have no reason to expect otherwise from Apple,’ he said,” AP reports.

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MacDailyNews Take: iCal’ed. With a bullet.

Apple has quite the amusing propensity for flushing brain-dead analysts out of the woodwork. Careful, they scatter in the light.

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