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In this edition of Ask Maggie, I help a reader, who has had poor experiences with his iPhone 3GS on AT&T, evaluate whether he should switch to Verizon Wireless for the new iPhone since it's likely to support 4G LTE. I also offer some advice about whether to buy the older Samsung Galaxy SII or the newer Galaxy SIII. And I explain why the recent court ruling in the Apple vs. Samsung patent case shouldn't factor much into that decision. Also I want to let my loyal Ask Maggie readers know that my column will be on hiatus for the next three weeks. I'm getting married next Saturday and will be on vacation preparing for the wedding and enjoying my honeymoon for two weeks afterward.

I will return to CNET on September 24 and hope you all will check back with me for more Ask Maggie's, There should be plenty of great questions to discuss as we're expecting a flurry of product announcements over the next two weeks, including a Nokia Windows 8 Phone, a new Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, and of course Apple's big iPhone announcement (and fingers crossed, possibly a mini-iPad announcement.), Will 4G LTE solve AT&T's reliability issues for the iPhone?, Dear Maggie, I am planning on buying the new iPhone when it comes out next month, I've heard it will have 4G LTE, just like the Apple iPad, With Verizon's 4G LTE on my iPad I get service everywhere, Its great! I currently have an iPhone 4S on AT&T, But in my high school where I go to school, AT&T doesn't have great reception, But concrete texture iphone case my friends with Verizon, on the other hand, get service everywhere, (Just thought I'd put it out there, I'm not one of those students that use a phone all day, but when teachers allow us to, I like to, And I would like to get service when I am allowed to.)..

I have basically hated AT&T since day one when I got an iPhone 3G. I really want to switch to Verizon with the "New iPhone," but I don't want to be paying $100 a month. With the 'New iPhone' supporting 4G LTE on AT&T and Verizon, will Verizon's 4G LTE be more reliable than AT&T's 4G LTE just like the current CDMA service is more reliable than AT&T's GSM network? Or are they both evenly reliable considering they are both LTE? On my iPad I get 4G LTE everywhere in my school, will I be getting 4G LTE on my iPhone with AT&T in the same places my iPad gets it? Thank you for your time, I really look forward to hearing from you about this topic. And I hope you keep up giving the great advice and answers.

Thanks, concrete texture iphone case Alec, Dear Alec, As you know the new iPhone hasn't yet been announced, so we don't know for certain that it will support 4G LTE, But there's a very good chance that it will, While a recent survey of consumers indicates that nearly half of smartphone users don't get care if they get LTE, I think once they get a taste for the speed, they will find it hard to live without, In general, Verizon Wireless has a superior 4G network compared with any other wireless operator around, Not necessarily because it performs better than AT&T, but because the coverage is far more extensive than anyone else out there building a 4G LTE network..

If AT&T's 4G LTE network is where you live and go to school, then I think the networks will likely deliver very similar performance. In fact, in a recent JD Power customer survey, wireless subscribers noted that devices on LTE networks, regardless of carrier, experienced fewer data-related problems than subscribers using 3G devices. Customers on LTE networks had a better experience than with other 4G devices, such as those that use WiMax, which is the technology Sprint and Clearwire have deployed, or HSPA+, the current 4G wireless flavor touted by T-Mobile USA.