iPhone critics can now quit comparing the iPhone to RIM’s BlackBerry and instead urge for this easy solution proposed by Gadgetell today: Blackberry software for the iPhone.
The iPhone skin someone made for the BlackBerry generated a lot of interest — albeit prompting a cease & desist from Apple. And RIM will soon unveil software that will turn Windows Mobile 6 smart phones into Blackberry clones.
All this mixing of software among mobile phones, but until now no one I know of had proposed turning the iPhone into a BlackBerry. One problem, of course, is that you won’t have the QWERTY keypad.
What do you think? Would BlackBerry software on the iPhone make it useful for business types?
Update: Forgot to add that the iPhone would need to accommodate third party applications for this idea to work.
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i want to ask you about programe like the black berry for iphone to text msg please help me ?
some poeple said that i can put the bb software on the iphone is it real??