There’s no denying the massive impact the original iPhone had back in 2007. It changed the business for good and catapulted the era of smartphones to new heights, and today it remains the standard to which all smartphones are measured against. However, even though I have loved all Apple products since I was introduced to the iMac G3 in high school, the one product I have never fully embraced was the iPhone.
Before I make my case, let me put it out there that I have owned many Apple products throughout the years (and still do today). I have owned many versions of the MacBook Pro and updated accordingly since it was introduced 12 years ago. I also own an iPad and have owned basically every iPod, starting with the first generation, up until the fifth-generation iPod touch.
Yet, the thought of transitioning from Android phone to an iPhone has not really crossed my mind. I always admire and marvel at the new iPhones hitting the market, but parting ways with my Android phone ([amazon_textlink asin=’B07DFDJJ7N’ text=’Sony Xperia XZ2′ template=’ProductLink’ store=’idropncom0a-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’801199d2-0545-11e9-9ef1-2ba1db926f05′]) is not something I am ready to do. So, why haven’t I made the switch just yet you ask? Well, continue reading to learn 5 Reasons Why I Haven’t Switched from Android (Yet).