The Great Debate: iPhone vs. Blackberry

Now that I am going into real estate, I need a cellphone with more capabilities (i.e. e-mail, internet, GPS). I have been leaning towards the iPhone, but know that some people swear by their Blackberries. Which do you prefer? Why? What has your experience been like? Thank you!
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  1. iPhone hands down. It’s my best friend in the car – and coming from a girl who works from her car, I mean business 🙂

    Honestly though, the easy to access maps that show traffic patterns and ease of use with the Internet, I’m smitten!

  2. Joni, I literally laughed out loud when I read that!

    Does the screen scratch easily? Is it hard to type without buttons. I need to go to the Apple Store and play with one.

  3. I never could adapt to a PDA until I got an iphone (I tried a few). I don’t know how I survived without one! Internet access is very easy, e-mail is simple, love the calendar in it, the camera function is quite good (very helpful for real estate) and it is so simple to e-mail photos that you take – literally a click away. The map function is excellent. Even when I was in England last week, I could punch in a map coordinate (if I connected to wifi) and find my way around. I absolutely adore my iphone! My husband has an AT&T PDA, and he is thinking about getting an iphone. He has quite a few business colleagues who were die hard blackberry users, and have transitioned to the iphone…and have never looked back. The vast majority prefer the iphone.