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Old 11-05-2008, 01:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What would you guys change?

I think the clock is cool as hell, and very nice by my bed, but bedside mode needs more settings (like change profile), and after the password timeout, the clock should stay on the screen (more like a screensaver).
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What would you guys change?

I think the clock is cool as hell, and very nice by my bed, but bedside mode needs more settings (like change profile), and after the password timeout, the clock should stay on the screen (more like a screensaver).
disclaimer: I am a BB fan, and NOT an iPhone fan, so don't take a shot at me for mentioning a very practical iPhone feature.

I think it's a total oversight for BB not to include the ability to add multiple clocks, like the iPhone, that cover different time zones. It's not like this is a difficult feature for their developers to implement AND this IS their flagship phone! This is the phone for their business uses - the people who TRAVEL around the World! Jeez, yes, this annoys me to no end. I just don't get it....
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Is it their flagship phone or is the Storm? I would think it is the storm. That is revolutionary as this is evolutionary.
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Is it their flagship phone or is the Storm? I would think it is the storm. That is revolutionary as this is evolutionary.
Given that the Storm does not have Wi-Fi or 3G, I think RIM views the Bold as their flagship model.
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