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iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
iPhone  vs  BlackBerry Storm
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iPhone vs BlackBerry Storm

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    • 1. Tim Newman 02.02.09
    • 2.
      • Background
      • Two very different companies
      • Introduction to the devices
      • Specifications
      • iPhone
        • The good & the bad
      • Storm
        • The good & the bad
      • Enterprise Solution
      • Competitors
    • 3.
      • What is a ‘smartphone’?
        • Mobile phone + personal computer = smartphone
        • IBM’s “Simon”
          • Released in 1993
          • Phone, calendar, address book, email
      • 3G?
        • 3 rd generation of mobile phone standards
          • 1G – analog, voice-only
          • 2G – digital, primary focus is voice, slow data communications
          • 3G – broadband voice, data, and multi-media
          • 4G – new data services and interactive TV through mobile network
        • High speed transmission, more bandwidth
        • Robust applications
    • 4.
      • Apple
        • Incorporated in 1977
        • Formerly ‘Apple Computer Inc.’
          • Dropped ‘Computer’ in Jan 2007
        • Macintosh computers, iPod, iTunes, iPhone
        • 2008 Sales = $32B
      • Research In Motion (RIM)
        • Founded in 1984
        • Canadian wireless device company
        • Developer of BlackBerry product line
          • Jan 1999 – launched first BlackBerry solution
          • Jan 2009 - shipped its 50 millionth BlackBerry
        • 2008 Sales = $6B
    • 5.
      • iPhone
        • Revolutionary mobile device
        • One of the most hyped devices in history
          • Complete web experience, wi-fi
          • SDK, creative apps
          • iTunes marketplace
          • Slick UI, touch screen
        • AT&T
      • Storm
        • Similar features
          • Slick UI, touch screen
          • Media applications
        • Differences
          • Expandable memory, removable battery
          • No wi-fi
        • Verizon
    • 6.  
    • 7.  
    • 8.
      • iPod media player
        • Simple, reliable, and familiar
      • Safari web browser
        • Desktop browsing experience
      • Wi-fi
        • Cellular coverage not always required
        • Free wi-fi hot-spot access
      • Second generation (June 08)
        • 1 st generation (June 07)
      • iTunes integration
        • Purchase & organize music and playlists
        • Purchase third party apps
    • 9.
      • AT&T
        • Only service provider
        • Several class action lawsuits
      • Memory
        • Only 8gb and 16gb
        • User can’t expand memory
      • Permanent, weak battery
        • Unreplaceable, can’t be swapped
        • Replacement battery = $79
        • Depletes quickly after heavy use
      • Inability to cut & paste
        • Available through third-party app
    • 10.
      • Onboard SIM for GSM worldwide
        • Necessity for global travelers
      • Document driven
        • Ideal device for docucentric people & organizations
        • DataViz “Documents to Go”
          • view & edit MS Office documents (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)
      • SurePress technology
        • Tactile feedback
      • Battery
        • Removable & replaceable
      • Sharper camera & video camera
        • 3.2 megapixels, flash, auto-focus
    • 11.
      • No wi-fi
        • Unexplainable oversight
        • Typically faster than 3G
      • Onboard memory
        • Only 1gb
        • May require additional memory cards
      • SurePress technology
        • Requires a firm press
        • Slower, more forceful, typing required
      • 1 st Generation
      • Shorter & heavier than iPod
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    • 12.
      • BlackBerry is dominant
        • Document driven
        • Compatibility with MS Office
        • Ability to travel the world
        • Removable & replaceable battery
        • Out of the box works with
          • Microsoft Exchange
          • Lotus Domino
          • Novell GroupWise
          • Blackberry Enterprise Server
      • iPhone ‘Documents to Go’
    • 13.
      • Other BlackBerry devices
        • BlackBerry Bold
        • BlackBerry Curve
      • Android Operating System
        • Open source OS for mobile devices
        • Developed by Google
        • T-Mobile G1
        • Dell Phone

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