I have owned 7 Android phones over the past 3 years. The HTC Hero, HTC Evo, HTC Evo 3D, HTC Sensation, Samsung Nexus S 4G, Galaxy Note and most recently the Galaxy S3. Recently I made the switch to the iPhone 5 and I thought I would share some interesting comparisons, more hardware then software related. Both iOS and Android have their pros and cons. Here are just a few things I have found I really like with the iPhone the past few weeks. Camera: The iPhone 5 has probably the best camera of any phone I have had. Not only are the photos top notch, so is the video. Nowhere is this more evident than at a concert. I attended a rock concert last night and shot video. I was completely blown away by how great the video looked in low light and how great it sounded! You could even make out the vocals cleanly. Every concert I have been to with previous phones was just awful. The video was ok, but the sound was muffled, it just sounded like a big burst of noise. Kudos to Apple in this department. Reception/GPS/Speed: I frequently go to a Cheesecake Factory in the area and it has been a dead zone for every single Android phone no matter the carrier. Calls and texts barely worked and no data at all. Yesterday with my iPhone 5 on Verizon, I had 2 bars of LTE to my surprise. Calls and texts worked perfectly and data (although a bit slower) worked perfectly as well. The radio in the 5 must be quite good. GPS also locks on instantly and its very accurate, which was a gripe I always had about my Android phones. The overall speed is very fast as well no matter what I am doing. Car Audio: The Pioneer head unit I have was made to work with the iPhone and iPod. I plug it in via USB and my playlist as well as artist, track and album info is all on the display meaning I dont have to constantly look down at my phone to change music, this is a huge bonus for me. Also, the sound is much better on the iPhone 5 thru the head unit, cleaner and crisper. Better than any Android phone I have owned regardless of what amp or EQ app I used. Those are a few things I am really liking on the iPhone 5. Siri is very useful to me and the social apps like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are more refined and faster than their Android counterparts. There are things I am not in love with on the iphone though. For example, things like adding ringtones to your phone is comical with all the work you have to do and trying to delete photos off the camera roll but keep them in another folder without having to use iTunes is just plain awful. So far the pros seem to be outweighing the cons.