Why No Apple Support

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Got this from a RIM employee, seems like their syncing software is developed by Intellisync. Intellisync is the leader in syncing software and has some big name partners including RIM, AOL, Palm, Microsoft, etc.

RIM currently does not offer a Mac version of the Desktop Software. To deliver synchronization of calendar, address book, tasks, and memo pad, RIM licenses Intellisync software from Intellisync Corporation. At this time, Intellisync does not offer a Mac version. There is currently no timeline set for the introduction of Mac versions of Intellisync or the BlackBerry Desktop Software.

  • Porter

    Don’t yet have a Blackberry… wouldn’t this work?

    http://www.pocketmac.net/products/pmblackberry/indexg.html

  • http://n/a Porter

    Don’t yet have a Blackberry… wouldn’t this work?

    http://www.pocketmac.net/products/pmblackberry/indexg.html

  • http://www.blackberrycool.com/ Gillian

    Hi Porter,

    You’re right, Pocket Mac should work fine for syncing up your device to your Apple computer. What we are complaining is that RIM does not provide native support for Apple, forcing us to spend $30 on a 3rd party program. We have not gotten a chance to review Pocket Mac, but we would love to and so i’ll shoot them an email later today.

    Thanks,
    Gillian

  • http://www.blackberrycool.com Gillian

    Hi Porter,

    You’re right, Pocket Mac should work fine for syncing up your device to your Apple computer. What we are complaining is that RIM does not provide native support for Apple, forcing us to spend $30 on a 3rd party program. We have not gotten a chance to review Pocket Mac, but we would love to and so i’ll shoot them an email later today.

    Thanks,
    Gillian