Not a bad thought, but at those price points, Blackberry will never be able to capture the low end market that samsung dominates. They are trying to go head to head with Apple and samsung's flagship models.
It seems like any prospective buyer could go into any Apple store, pick up any IPhone on display, Go into settings-General-usage, and figure it out pretty quickly and easily. If they are so new to iPhones that they are unable to figure out that sequence, there is usually an abundance of in store help available. The answers are there, just have to ask the question. Not everything needs to be spoon fed!
Not entirely true. The sea-dweller that I bought more than 20years ago for about $2000.00 goes for about $6000.00 today. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mens-Vintage-ROLEX-SEA-DWELLER-Stainless-Steel-Watch-Ref-16660-Circa-1984-/281620189140?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4191df0fd4