Originally Posted by kjjb0204
I don't see how they can use the iPhone qwerty keyboard as a plus for the iPhone over the Storm. The Storm gives current Suretype users an option as well as a full qwerty keyboard for other users, and the portrait qwerty on the iPhone is so small, I can't type three letters in a row without making a mistake.
Also, how is fixed 16gb memory on the iphone better than the ability to swap 16gb cards and have infinite memory capacity on the Storm?
The memory benefit on the iPhone is faulty. The way I read it, it says that the benefit is that you get memory out of the box, don't need to buy a card. I don't know about the other carriers, but at least with Verizon, it comes with an 8gb card in the box. So that's a moot point. If you had to buy a card, they may have had something.
Also, this article is more "why the iphone may be best for you", not "why the iPhone is better than the Storm." For some, the iPhone may be a better choice. If you have a lot of iTunes purchases that aren't iTunes Plus, you either have to get an iPhone or have a Storm and iPod. Nothing against RIM on this, Apple certainly wouldn't give the keys to that castle. In my case, I'll have a iPod Touch and Storm, both of best worlds, though I use a DRMless store for my MP3s.