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Old January 12th, 2013, 02:13 PM   #27 (permalink)
Internaut
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A lot depends on what you use your iPhone for. I tend to view the iPhone as a better enterprise device. So, if you use the iPhone to connect to your corporate email server, I think this remains a better choice than the Samsung. Also, the iPhone works well with Google's cloud. The same cannot be said of the S3 when it comes to Apple's cloud. If you have a big investment in DRM protected iTunes music, transferring this to the S3 is not impossible (you'd have to burn it to CD first - that's the legal way ) but a PITA to do.
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