The next time you sync your i Phone on your Mac your contacts will sync with your i Phone - and you're done!
Connect the Black Berry to the Mac before enabling mass storage mode.
Click "Media Card" and then turn on "Mass Storage Mode Support." Press "Menu" and then click "Enable USB Mass Storage" to mount the phone.
And you can install a beta of the app into your desktop browser.
Mounting a Black Berry as a storage device on a Mac computer enables you to bypass the Black Berry desktop software and still transfer files between the phone and the computer.
The only good way we could find to move contacts from the Black Berry Z10 was by using In Touch - a free app you can get from Black Berry World, upload your contacts, and then install on to other devices.
In Touch supports i OS and Android, as well as older Nokia Bada phones. And it works for all Black Berries, as well as those other phones. If anyone knows of a better way to transfer contacts from Black Berry 10 handsets, I'd love to hear them!
Note that installing this software also requires a restart of your Mac and disables all other Black Berry syncing software installed on your machine.
This means Pocket Mac for Black Berry or The Missing Sync, will no longer be able to connect to your device and will not work until Black Berry Desktop Manager is uninstalled.
Mass storage mode must be on to connect a Black Berry to your Mac.