"RIM is targeting 70,000 apps for business and consumers at launch, far from the hundreds of thousands of Apple and Android, but Byron Capital analyst Tom Astle said they are expected to include 90 per cent of the top 600."They better get some good apps in there ASAP and there better be no major bugs or outages.
Assumption. Plus out of the box, my android apps have had far more time to mature. The same is true of iphone.Not interested why?
Have you seen the device or used the new OS?
Or have you just assumed that it won't deliver out of the box?
not sure if this changes your mindAssumption. Plus out of the box, my android apps have had far more time to mature. The same is true of iphone.
yes 70k apps on launch is impressive. But no netflix, and a few others I use daily is a dealbreaker.
Thus, not interested.
Sitting at my desk and need a break from work. Wifi is open, but our corp network isn't.But seriously: netflix why? what do you watch on a phone screen? If I'm watching something, I want it to be on a real screen, the bigger the better.
I'll admit to having watched the odd Netflix show on my iPhone before. It's come in handy if I don't have my tablet with me and feel like killing some time. This was one of the things that bugged me about the BB Playbook. No Skype and no Netflix.I do so few things with my phone, and have not much interest in doing more (yes, I'm an old fogey):
call or text people
read and sometimes send email
check the odd news feed
in terms of apps, all I'm interested in is mahjong and the weather
But seriously: netflix why? what do you watch on a phone screen? If I'm watching something, I want it to be on a real screen, the bigger the better.
ya the camera is mediocre. they dropped the ball on that one.Apparently the phone has the worst low light camera pics of all the major players. For something that is being targeted to the consumers, you'd think they would have tried to put in something a little better. To quote Gizmodo, "This is some four-years-ago crap."
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