- The screen on the iPhone is awesome. The Blackberry's is nice, but it's not really close.
- Much better for listening to music. Blackberry is functional for this, but hardly elegant.
- Web browsing is much better on the iPhone, especiall now that it has a 3G network. The Blackberry browser is good, and Opera works great, but mobile Safari is very nice.
- The iPhone has a camera. I miss having a camera, even if the iPhone's is crummy (as are most phone cameras.)
- The iPhone has wi-fi. I often use my Blackberry's network access in places that have free wi-fi.
- I have tried the iPhone keyboard, and greatly prefer my Blackberry's keyboard. This one is not even close.
- The GMail app for the Blackberry is excellent. On the iPhone you can use the GMail as IMAP, but that is not as good, not even close.
- Of course the Blackberry receives my email and calendar from my work's Exchange servers. This is the main appeal of Blackberry for many. If I had an iPhone, I think I would have to run a client from my desktop computer at work. Co-workers have told me that this is a problem because our desktop computers run the 64-bit version of Windows 2003, and a lot of Apple's software has issues with this.
- Google Maps is also very nice on the Blackberry, even if Verizon screws us over and doesn't let it access the device's GPS. Then again I have used GPS on phones (both mine and my wife's) and it is useful, but definitely not a replacement car GPS. Anyways, Google Maps on the Blackberry seems a lot better than accessing the web application on the iPhone.