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7 million would-be Galaxy Note 7 buyers could jump ship to iPhone; will you be one of them?

It's no secret by now that Samsung took a huge blow with their Galaxy Note 7 situation. The amount blown on the ordeal has already exceeded $3 billion, and it could hurt Samsung's bottom line even more hard in the future.
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