Research In Motion (RIMM -2.3%) made new lows today ahead of Thursday's FQ2 report, during which...

|By:, SA News Editor

Research In Motion (RIMM -2.3%) made new lows today ahead of Thursday's FQ2 report, during which the company is expected to announce its first-ever decline for its BlackBerry subscriber base. Along with the subscriber losses and declining phone sales, RIM is seeing falling ASPs: Canaccord's checks indicate that even in markets where low-end BlackBerrys continue selling well, high-end Bold and Torch models are selling poorly. RIM's annual developer conference starts tomorrow.