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Woohooo... I got frustrated with my corporate kill joy BlackBerry Phone, so I finally caved in an bought myself a (personal) iPhone 4 White with a Black Bumper... It performs like a dream and looks slick
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Awesome! Welcome to the "club". I also went from a BB to iPhone 4 (last year). Never looked back.

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Well there needs to be pics.

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I'm in a similar boat. I've had a blackberry for years - correction - 9 or 10 blackberries - and although I liked the original ones - I've disliked each subsequent model more and more - and the latest is just a dog. I'm due for an upgrade - so who knows - maybe they'll surprise me and it'll be a thing of beauty, but I doubt it. I'm just really tired of watching the little spinning clock for 15-45 seconds before I can unlock it just to make a phone call. And forget trying to snag a quick picture before the opportunity is gone.

I'm going to grab an iPhone when the next one comes out. I don't like the idea of carrying two phones - but the blackberry has me ready to smash it to bits some days. In fairness - some of the slowdown may be due to the security SW imposed by the company I work for - but it doesn't change the fact that the bberry is a POS most of the time.
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Awesome! Welcome to the "club". I also went from a BB to iPhone 4 (last year). Never looked back.
Thanks man. I am really enjoying this club and glad I am finally here

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Well there needs to be pics.
There will be pictures posted, I promise, just when I get done playing for a little while more.
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I'm in a similar boat. I've had a blackberry for years - correction - 9 or 10 blackberries - and although I liked the original ones - I've disliked each subsequent model more and more - and the latest is just a dog. I'm due for an upgrade - so who knows - maybe they'll surprise me and it'll be a thing of beauty, but I doubt it. I'm just really tired of watching the little spinning clock for 15-45 seconds before I can unlock it just to make a phone call. And forget trying to snag a quick picture before the opportunity is gone.

I'm going to grab an iPhone when the next one comes out. I don't like the idea of carrying two phones - but the blackberry has me ready to smash it to bits some days. In fairness - some of the slowdown may be due to the security SW imposed by the company I work for - but it doesn't change the fact that the bberry is a POS most of the time.
Brian, reading your post looks like you are having the same exact, trademark experiences I was enjoying with the BB. You'll love the iPhone when you pick it up.
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Haha, The iPhone 4 will bring you more unexpected fun!
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commence jailbreak! (am i allowed to say that on this forum?)
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There are jailbreaks for 4.3.x out there.

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You are -- but sadly I don't think a jailbreak exists for the iPhone 4 running iOS 4.x at this point. I actually have almost no interest in jailbreaking EXCEPT that I need to unlock my iPhone for use in the states. I should actually check with Fido and see if they'll do it.
Well, jailbreak is more than unlock.
You are converting the iPhone to be more powerful

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Ah, BUT are they trustyworthy?

Basically, my view is if iClarified hasn't put their stamp of approval on it, it's not. Also, bear in mind that my iPhone is tied to a Mac, not a PC (for which there are different tools). However, I'll research it further.
iClarified already has posted some tutorials abou jailbreaking iPhone 4.x (up to 4.3.3)
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