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Submitted by Vyralize 394d ago | article

BlackBerry CEO disses iPhone, calls it out of touch

TechRadar: BlackBerry's CEO has laid a burn on the iPhone, pointing out that its software is starting to look a bit dated. (BlackBerry, iPhone, Phones)

mcstorm  +   393d ago
We have all been saying this for years but as long as the millions buy the Iphone the more the OS will look the same.
For me Windows Phone and BlackBerry 10 are a nice fresh look to the mobile world and I hope they both do well as having more choice on the market is far better than just 2.
Captain Qwark 9  +   393d ago
couldnt agree more but most consumers dont do any type of research so as of now, iphone will remain the king until someone important says its not cool anymore
mcstorm  +   393d ago
Lol looks like people disagree with us. I think its funny the age we now live in. Most people are all about mine is better than yours and it looks cool so I must have it and look the same as other people.

The iPhone did set the bar on how people wanted a smart phone but now android, windows phone and rim are better os's that people should also look at.
kevnb  +   393d ago
i hate to admit it but nobody else makes a handest with the same quality. The audio playback, the build, the looks, the screen sensitivity, the apps, the call quality, the camera etc... Some phones might be able to match one quality, but none come close to matching them all.
The closest second for me is the nokia lumia 920, but the lack of good apps and the sound quality difference make me pick the iPhone. One really cool thing about the 920 is that 100 million people dont have the exact same phone though lol.
dirthurts  +   393d ago
Other phones are built just as well, if not better.
Apple is known for having sub par audio actually.
The camera is nice, but nothing else about the phones is impressive.
The alluminum builds just make the phone fragile. It looks nice, but that's not actual build quality.
LOL_WUT  +   393d ago
Lawl, at BlackBerry the very same company who was going down under and lost a lot of the market share to Apple. Sounds like jealousy to me.
a_squirrel  +   393d ago
How about experience? Blackberry is saying that Apple is now doing the same thing they did.
SilentNegotiator  +   393d ago
The most out of touch cell company calling the most successful cell company "out of touch"

Hilarious.
blackberty  +   393d ago
lol "disses"
cheetorb  +   393d ago
What's a blackberry?
PeaSFor  +   393d ago
something iSheeps wont notice, since there's no Apple logo on it, dont come with a pair of hipster glasses and its not overpriced.
eferreira  +   393d ago
you iphone haters are the worst. Why can't you let people do what they want with their money. I don't see apple fanboys complaining constantly. Find a hobby or get a life.

Honestly, you must have nothing going on in your life to spend so much time hating on what people buy.
The_Infected  +   393d ago
^^
Totally agree with you buddy.

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