To help get you moved, here’s how to transfer your contacts from Black Berry to i Phone.Stay tuned for other switch guides as part of our continuing efforts to help users make the switch to i Phone and i OS.As you can tell, the Contacts app is just as socially connected as ever, plus there are a bunch of new tricks to make sure you stay in touch with the people that are important in your life.Are there any shortcuts you miss from the old Black Berry OS?Existing Speed Dial contacts can also be removed from the contextual menu. Speed up navigation within Contacts by tapping and scrolling down the row of letters on the right side. Contact information spread between different social networks can be linked together so all of their information is found in one place - just tap the Links icon at the bottom of the contact card. Filter the which network's contacts you're viewing by tapping the icon in the bottom-left. Tap on a contact's address to launch into Black Berry Maps and navigate to their location.
Handling contacts on the Black Berry Z10 is very similar to what most Black Berry users have become accustomed to, but old and new users alike may find a few useful tidbits in our top ten tips below... Choose which networks feed contacts into your address book by swiping down from the top of the Contacts screen, tapping settings, and toggling networks. Contacts can be added from the Hub and the phone app by long-pressing their latest correspondence and tapping Add to Contacts from the context menu. Contact profile pictures can be changed by tapping their image when looking at their card. Social updates can be shown under the Updates tab of a contact, so long as Find More Contact Details is enabled from the Contacts Settings. Important people can be marked as favorites from the context menu for easy access from the left-side pane in Contacts. Contacts can be set to speed dial by long-pressing their latest call in the phone app, and selecting Add to Speed Dial.You should see your device listed and there is a column of information on the side left which you can set up for syncing.These include: Syncing between Black Berry and a Mac By default, the software will sync your contacts to Address Book and your calendars and tasks to i Cal.With Black Berry, unfortunately, you can no longer use the following method unless you pay for Google Apps for Business.Clearly, you are unlikely to do that for this reason alone, but if your business uses Google Apps the following should work: Your contacts data is now in your i Phone (as well as your Gmail account, should you wish to access it from your PC).
And you need to transfer your business contacts from your Black Berry to your personal i Phone - here we show you how.