Ma hope o nā mahina a me nā mahina o ke kūkākūkā ʻana, ua hana hope wau i ka palapala a kūʻai mai i a Pālaki Blackberry 8330 i kēia pō ma ka hale kūʻai ʻo Verizon.
I've been using a Samsung touch screen for the last year and have missed countless calls, can't synchronize calendars, and can't stand having to look at it to answer a call.
I'm a big fan of Apple, but I've been messing with my iPod Touch the last month to see if I could get used to the touch screen. I can't. For those of you that say it gets easier, it hasn't… I don't want a phone that I must be looking at in order to operate it.
IMHO, me he mea lā iaʻu ua hoʻihoʻi mai nā pale paʻi iā mākou i kahi ʻanuʻu, ʻaʻole i ka wā e hiki mai ana.
A ʻo kekahi, ua neʻe aku ka nui o koʻu mau hoaaloha i ka Blackberry. ʻO Chris Baggott, Luna Nui o Compendium ua hoʻopau aku hoʻi i kāna iPhone e hoʻi i kahi Blackberry. ʻO Adam Small, Luna Nui o Mobile Pili, e hoʻāʻo nei e kamaʻilio iaʻu i loko o ka Blackberry no kekahi manawa. A hoa hou ʻO Vanessa Lammers ua haʻi mai iaʻu i kona hauʻoli nui i kāna Blackberry.
Heck, if President Obama can't do without his Crackberry, I can only imagine how great the service and the product is. Tonight I'm just figuring out how to make and receive phone calls. As recommended by Adam, I downloaded Twitterberry so that I at least can tweet from it!
No laila ... e nā Crackberry-addict a pau, e haʻi mai iaʻu i kāu Apps punahele!