i personally prefer blackberry..
I had the Curve and switched over to the iPhone. After Having it for about 4 months I went back to the curve! Iphone is a great advancement in technology but lacks many tools. Somewhere on YouTube there is a paradoy of the apple and mac commercials but with a nokia phone, it is great! I regrete ever leaving my curve but it is good to be back!
i personally prefer blackberry..
Such a great question for a BlackBerry site! Very fair.
I agree the iPhone is a great technology advancedment, but its not ready for business and other uses yet...has its neat tricks just not ready.
BlackBerry gets my info to me the way I need it, quick and fast.
Blackberry ALL THE WAY!!
The iPhone is very, very slick. Web browsing in particular is far more capable than Opera Mini, especially with the touch screen. The low-end 8GB iPhone has twice the max 4GB capacity of the Curve (with micro SD added) for media. Most personal and some business users I know who have them just love them, to the point that it's almost sickening to hear them gush about them. But it costs about 4-5x what a typical rebate-discounted Curve is going for. To me, for the casual personal user the iPhone is a better choice *if* the high entry cost isn't an issue. But at their relative price points - hey, I bought a Curve last weekend and still consider it the smarter buy for me. The decision might have been tougher if the iPhone was priced at about half to a third of what it goes for now. BB still has a significant edge for business use - better apps, better integration into enterprise networks and software suites etc.
hmm, let's see... a bleeding-edge, twitchy touch interface with no tactile response, or a trusted built-for-enterprise product with the ability to copy-and-paste...?
blackberry = awesome!
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I've used both and the Curve fits me best. I can type much faster on the curve then I could on the iphone and the internet on the curve handles all my needs. I'm waiting to see what apples got for there next phone.
~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~Iphone has a lot of great features but I can't live without a qwerty...(Actual buttons)...
I love my Curve. The iPhone looks hot, but it's the guts that count. I've seen the iPhone in person, and seen how slooooow it is to enter text (maybe he had a defective phone?) but it looked like it took too long for the key to register the press. I like having actual keys.
Once the new OS is released (4.5), the Curve will be on-par with the iPhone in terms of internet useage and media handling. Streaming YouTube, anyone? And I believe the 4.5 OS will also offer WMV support (or maybe that's just for MMS). Either way, in my opinion, the iPhone needs a lot of work. The 2nd gen iPhone may fix the current issues, maybe not. It remains to be seen.
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