Palm Pre fansite Precentral.net was on the receiving end of an "internal document" from AT&T "for employees to bone-up on some anti-Pre, pro-iPhone talking points."
And while the table is unabashedly biased toward the iPhone, it does reveal some big problems for business users who want a Pre, such as the limited free Wi-Fi and the lack of GSM for global use:
Still, it's not really a fair comparison. The pro-iPhone side leaves out the Pre's innovative "cards" feature in webOS, integration of social media and communication tools (e-mail, IM, Facebook, etc.), and the fact that it's a brand-new device. Half the points on this table are gained with a "me first!" argument, which doesn't really hold up in the long term.
After all, the iPhone was no business-savvy device when it launched, and it's taken years for it to become one in the enterprise.
How would you sell the iPhone versus the new Pre?