Yes, GOOD REASON BUT
what's the security difference between bluejacking a headset versus bluejacking a keyboard? (i.e. equally difficult) Don't they have the same strong encryption
Is there something about Bluetooth I don't know that reveals a security difference between a headset and a keyboard?
Isn't bluejacking a concern mainly only for addressbooks? You don't need to enable the addressbook to safely enable keyboard support...
RIM can just keep bluetooth addressbook permanently disabled;
Also, the BlackBerry technically
supports Bluetooth keyboards -- it's just a software upgrade --just see this Bluetooth.Org webpage
saying serial profiles are supported, required by bluetooth keyboards...