BlackBerry loses its enterprise title to the iPhone.
BlackBerry is a common smartphone type for business personnel. The iPhone on the other hand was always behind BlackBerry in the enterprise world. Until now. The iPhone is now taking leads on BlackBerry for enterprise users. It's not hard to understand why either. With iOS increasing support for many services thanks to our trusty App Store developers, the iPhone is outshining any other App Store market in the world. The App Store has numerous apps that are useful for people in enterprise such as iWork, Mail, Calendar, Reminders, and several third party vendor applications that can be downloaded in the App Store both for free and for a cost. iOS also provides an intuitively easy-to-use but powerful interface which is almost fully GUI-based and requires nearly no thinking on the user's part. There are no funky command lines. Just touch and drag to get most of your work done; something that Apple is well known for. Piece of cake.
The following graph, compliments of AppleInsider, shows how the Apple iPhone has taken a significant leap across the enterprise boards in comparison to BlackBerry as well as many of the other smartphone vendors from 2010 into this year; 2011:
iOS (Android too) has made a significant gain in the enterprise world. Albeit Android is also gaining, the iPhone is by far in the lead over all of the other vendors. The other vendors are in fact plummeting marginally. How about the future though?
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
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