charlitos saidFor the BBM fans, you can always use iMessage for iPhone, also free. There is really no reason for anyone to own a blackberry unless ur company requires you to have one. BB now symbolizes 'people who can't afford a smartphone', they are like the new flip phone
Oh, really, trolling genius? And I'd argue that iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches and iPods symbolize mindless lemmings and people who lack originality.
How's that virus-free Mac platform working for ya
I own 3 Windows PC and I have an iMac in the office. Most of the work is done on PC and 99% of all the graphic design work is done on the iMac. I have never been a Mac fan, they are slow compared to my windows setup, but they are incredibly practical for graphic design.
As for Blackberry, you just have to accept the facts. RIM is a dying company that has lost over 80% of their market dominance. They recently also lost their No 1 position in the Canadian smartphone market to Apple's iPhone. You know there is something seriously wrong when not even Canadians are willing to put up with RIM. Apple changed our perception of what to expect from a cellphone in terms of multimedia, software(apps), cloud services, gaming, frequent updates, elegant designs, etc. RIM is having such a hard time to meet up these expectations, they posted a net loss of 125 million, their stock value plummeted, they slashed 2000 jobs and replaced most of the executives in all departments. Seriously, today the only good news that investors have heard for years is a rumour that RIM might end up selling the company.
Right now, RIM is only No1 in third world countries, everywhere else they keep losing market share. This is why I said they were the new flip-phone. They still get basic stuff done and they are much cheaper than your regular high-end Android or iPhone.