How does the 3G iPhone fit your business travel?
The new iPhone firmware is clearly aimed at co-opting a big chunk of the BlackBerry user base, with full ActiveSync and enterprise support that integrates with both Microsoft and Apple programs on Macs and PCs.
Essentially, Apple wants you to ditch the Blackberry and start carrying their phone instead.
I use an iPhone instead of a a blackberry or a Windows Mobile smartphone because of the web browsing. Most of the e-mail I send on my phone is short – the longer responses can usually wait until I’m back at my laptop and I can spit out a full response on a regular keyboard. And the iPhone is great for reading e-mail and checking out attachments.
But I know I’m in the minority here.
So here’s my question to you Blackberry touting road warriors – will faster network speed and full enterprise integration cause you to jump ship? Or are you sticking around for the keyboard?