New York, New York (PRWEB) January 15, 2008
Tech sophisticates will have an opportunity of a lifetime to mix and mingle at the Macworld Expo and talk about their favorite communication devices, the Blackberry and the iPhone. Fans of either will congregate after the first day of Apple's premier event of the year at a cocktail after party put on by Alvaria, a mobile operator in Mexico.
The Blackberry is held by 3.65 million fans after six years out, while the iPhone hit the 1 million mark after just two months. Since 1999, the Blackberry was the hallmark phone for powerful executives and savvy technophiles. With the upstart iPhone, fans have stated that it has overturned the cultural landscape of cellular communications forever. By seamlessly integrated three concepts into one: phone, iPod, and an Internet device, it's become the darling device of the tech niche.
Fans of the Blackberry, however, have determined that the iPhone is not conducive for work-related communications, but is instead better suited for media addicts who need to be connected to music and entertainment. The Blackberry remains as king for the business world, much like Windows-driven PCs have held their ground to Apple computers. However, will Apple take over the cellphone industry and be poised to gain market share over Blackberry?
The fierce debate is going to happen at a cocktail party the day Macworld Expo opens, January 16, 2008 at 5 pm PST at San Francisco's Moscone Center. The event is hosted by Alvaria, a mobile operator in Mexico.
Alvaria is a private mobile operator that ranks sales of Blackberry and iPhone in its native country, Mexico. It was founded in Mexico City in 2000 by David Jang. The company has helped more than 500,000 customers find their perfect phone and is now looking to expand their territory into North America.