- CrackBerry Abuser
12-08-12, 08:08 PM #30
- 373 Posts
I'll be going to BB10 but I will be delaying my move to it because of enterprise service. I've been a user of BB Enterprise Service for years and senior tech support at RIM has repeatedly told me that there will be a considerable lag time -- perhaps as much as 6-12 months -- after the launch of BB10 phones until we see the proper, full, reliable integration of the BB10 server with the major Microsoft Exchange hosting providers. I'm with one of the two largest and it seems it will inevitably be quite a long time after the first BB10 phones come out before the server-side support for enterprise usage will be there.
During the interim, one would have to use Active Sync to sync their Outlook desktop contents with the phone -- and the senior techs at RIM agree with me that this will be a substantially compromised scenario making it desirable to stay with my OS7 phone until it's all been rolled out and implemented in full.
- 12-08-12, 09:15 PM #32
1. Poor battery life
That's about it. In these days of insanely thin devices, I hate that it's come at a cost of battery life. If we went back just 5 years (size wise) with the tech we have today, you can have some amazing results.
12-08-12, 11:32 PM #33
- 9 Posts
-Unstable OS (crashes, lockups).
-Non fluid operation (stutters etc)
-An execrable browser (see my PlayBook for an example).
-Missing functionality (eg banking apps, Skype).
-Poor battery life.
-Poor build quality.
I don't know whether to admire the loyalty or question the wisdom of those that say they will get a BB10 phone no matter what.
- 12-09-12, 02:29 AM #38
When I die, I am not allowed to give my iTunes library to my son. Screw that. Remember when you could buy an album or a CD and give it away if you wanted? Not iTunes.
- 12-09-12, 03:15 AM #39
Re: What could possibly deter you from BB10?
Lots of bugs
Spotty navigation and maps
Mediocre battery life
No car dock
Iphone5/sg3 price tag
Lack of delivery on promised healthy app selection
Lousy music player
- 12-09-12, 03:25 AM #40
- 12-09-12, 04:46 AM #43
- 12-09-12, 05:08 AM #44
no Flash player support, as my playbook has it and it is vital to watch tv catchup and radio services in UK,
must have good 3G/ wi-fi reception/battery life, playbook has been brilliant if BB10 phone is as good then it should be a winner.
- 12-09-12, 08:20 AM #48
- 12-09-12, 09:11 AM #50
After all, being "accepting" makes Crackberry a better place anyway.
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