A new study has come out indicating that the BlackBerry has twice the failure rate as the iPhone. Check out the full story over at CNET.
“The SquareTrade study, released Saturday, looked at more than 15,000 handsets that were covered by the company’s policies. It found iPhones had a malfunction rate of 5.6 percent in the first year, compared to 11.9 percent for Research In Motion’s BlackBerry smartphones. Palm’s Treos fared even worse, with 16.2 percent having some sort of malfunction in the first 12 months of use.”