This guide helps you move email, calendar, contacts, tasks, and notes from BlackBerry to an iOS device like iPhone or iPad
iPhone’s email app supports the most popular email accounts – Exchange, IMAP, POP3, iCloud, Yahoo!, AOL, Hotmail, and Google/Gmail. If you use an email service not listed above and need to find incoming/outgoing server details to set up IMAP, do a Google search for your service’s name followed by “IMAP settings”.
Contacts, calendar, tasks, and notes
You can use one free app to move all of this data. CompanionLink has software that will sync your complete Outlook data with categories with iPhone.
Step 1: Use BlackBerry Desktop Software to backup your BlackBerry data to Microsoft Outlook.
Step 2: Download a free 14-day trial of CompanionLink for Outlook to your PC. Configure it to sync Outlook to iPhone using the CL Secure Hosted Wireless service. It’s completely free during the 14-day trial period. You will be prompted to buy if you wish to continue synchronizing after the trial expires. Licenses start at $14.95.
Step 3: Click the Sync button in CompanionLink and watch your Outlook data move to your iPhone.
Get it right the first time by hiring a professional to do it for you
CompanionLink offers a $49 service where a migration expert will log into your PC and move your data to your iPhone. The service is called RunStart.
If you have any questions about moving to the iPhone platform, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I apologize for that, and I have removed mention of text messages. We cannot find a reliable app to move text messages, which is why that was omitted from the content.
Nothing about text messages when that is in the first section. Lazy article.