BlackBerry Desktop Software 2
Before you start syncing your BlackBerry with iPhoto, you must ensure that your BlackBerry Desktop Software is up to date. Older BlackBerry phones were shipped with the first release of BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac. Version 1 does not include the same features of BlackBerry Media Sync included with version 2 that are required to sync with iPhoto.
Go to the BlackBerry Desktop Software website to download the latest version of the software. Click "Download it Today" to advance to the download page. If you want to receive updates from Research in Motion, click "Yes," then enter your user details, otherwise click "No." Click "Download" to begin the download.
Double-click the disk image once it has downloaded. Double-click "Install BlackBerry Desktop Software" and then complete the setup wizard. Close the disk image once you have finished installing the application.
Connect your BlackBerry phone to your Mac via the supplied USB cable. The BlackBerry Desktop Software will automatically open, if it doesn't click on the "Applications" folder link on your Dock, and then click "BlackBerry Desktop Software."
Enter a name for your device and then click to sync, either "with this computer only" or "with other computers" depending on your preference. Click "OK" to finish setting up your phone.
Click "Pictures" on the left-hand side and then click "Sync iPhoto albums and events". Click the iPhoto albums you want to sync with your BlackBerry in the left area. Click the BlackBerry albums you want to sync with iPhoto in the right area.
Click "Sync" to sync your device.