A short while back we asked the CrackBerry nation "Do you lock your BlackBerry 10 smartphone using a password". Although I don't use a password myself I wasn't at all surprised by the results - which saw 70% of BlackBerry 10 users voting that they did indeed use one.
Now, I'm not sure how these results compare to other operating systems, but at a guess I would say that they aren't too dissimilar. Where we may have a slight lead on the likes of iOS, Android and Windows Phone is that a percentage of BlackBerry customers will be enterprise users and if that information got into the wrong hands there could be hell to pay.
It's been a while since we asked if you were using the traditional password option or whether you had switched to Picture Password now that 10.2.1 has rolled out. Sound off in the comments with your choice.
Have you switched to a Priv or DTEK50 from BlackBerry 10?
BlackBerry now has two Android-powered phones on the market and that raises the question of how many BlackBerry 10 users have made to jump to either a Priv or a DTEK50. So, let's put some numbers behind that question. If you switched to a Priv or a DTEK50 from a BlackBerry 10 phone, let us know in our poll.
BlackBerry 10 users are more than happy closing unused Active Frames
A while back we ran a poll asking 'Do you close unused Active Frames' on your BlackBerry 10 smartphone. As I mentioned originally - I tend to have the same five or so apps always running and any extra I use I'll happily open and then close with a long hold on the 'x', but we are all different. It's quite clear from the poll results that the vast majority of BlackBerry 10 users tend...
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