Jefferson Graham previews new features expected on the next iPhone,
Somehow, for years, you resisted the lure of the iPhone.
You happily stuck with Android, while rolling your eyes at Apple fanboys and fangirls camping out ahead of the launch of a new device. You accepted the fact that it’s harder to find fitted cases and other accessories for your less popular smartphone. You even argued with friends about which operating system is better.
But as much as you tried to shrug off joining the iSheep, you’ve come to a sobering realization: you want a new iPhone. Like, a lot.
If you’re serious about making the switch from Android – perhaps the 10th anniversary of the iconic device is the year to pull the trigger – there are some things you need to know about what you’ll give up. And you could probably benefit from learning how to properly transfer everything over to your shiny new iPhone.
How to switch
Before you attempt to switch from Android to iPhone, the first thing you should do is ensure all of your existing phone’s information is backed-up — whether you use a cloud service, microSD card, or transfer data over to a computer for safe keeping – just in case migrating your information from Android to iOS doesn’t work 100%.