This thread is not intended to start a debate war between the fans of two different phones, though I suspect it will. I am a hardcore Apple fan who has owned a plethora of Mac products over the past years. However... It all started with one co-worker recently purchasing a Galaxy S3. Since then, two more of my co-workers have bought one as well -- one of them has been an iPhone owner for the past 4 years. The iPhone owner plans to hold on to his Galaxy S3 for the next 30 days until iPhone 5 is announced. If the iPhone 5 looks better, he can return his phone. ....but I have to tell you, Apple is really up against a tough one here. That Galaxy 3 is an outstanding phone. Though the screen is not retina, it is quite amazing to look at. When you shoot and play back video the larger, wider screen makes it look a-mazing. The phone fits perfectly in the hand, and comfortably in the pocket. There are so many bells and whistles hidden in that phone that it seems to almost put the current iOS to shame.... ...of course, the downside to the phone is that it's not iOS. Even my co-worker who switched from iPhone to Galaxy admits that while the Android OS is very good, it falls just short of iOS. He is also struggling with being able to sync it to his Apple products in an iCloud fashion. ....which leads me to my dilemma.... As an owner of an iMac, Macbook Pro and iPad, I have to stay with the iPhone. I need everything to sync perfectly between devices. At the same time, I am a bit saddened that after all these years and the introduction of competing phones, that Apple only slightly reinvented theirs. As one or two critics have already cited, it's the same old thing for Apple. I am not expecting any surprises next month. I believe what has been leaked is what we are getting -- a slightly taller (but not wider) iPhone. I don't need a response from anyone that says "If you want the Galaxy get the Galaxy." That's not the point. I just hope Apple is taking cues from what Samsung has done with their premier phone. It would be very difficult for some of you to look at the Galaxy S3 and not be envious. Apple needs to reinvent their phone, but alas, we won't see much of that this year.