AirPlay and AirPlay mirroring is the one single killer reason I am still using an iPhone. It is a amazing feature and works like magic. Otherwise at this point the iPhone is inferior to every other platform in many ways: - 4" screen is dwarfed by Android and WP8 flagship phones. Hence the iPhone makes for a crappy web browsing and vide watching experience. - Nokia Lumia 920 far exceeds the camera quality and features of the iPhone now - Phones like the HTC One X and the Galaxy S3 have the ability to take pics in a burst mode - very handy if you have kids. Even the iPhone 5 doesn't have this feature which is a bit disappointing. - All WP8 devices will have free OFF-LINE mapping and navigation in 129 countries around the world (Apple - no offline Maps. Nightmare for frequent international travelers and for people who like using the Maps app but have limited data plans - Accept it. Typing on the iPhone SUCKS! The ridiculous 640 horizontal pixels and narrow squished make typing a chore with lots of mistakes. Android and WP keyboard offerings are light years ahead. - No automatic text reflow in Safari blows. Add the small screen size on top of it, you will go crazy navigating certain sites. - etc. What are some reasons you stick with the iPhone in spite of its many limitations? Is it just inertia? Afraid of having to learn a new platform? Afraid of being out of your comfort zone?