The iPad forum here is full of red meat threads where people fight to the death over whether the iPad is a "laptop replacement" or not, and how well it does "productivity" tasks. It's funny because the iPhone can do most of the same tasks, runs virtually the same iOS features (minus split screen and pencil of course), yet I never see those kind of arguments in this forum. I guess the iPhone flies under the radar as a "productivity" device. But I use mine about 90% of the time now (6s+) compared to my iPad Air, which is largely our entertainment device when away from home. And I've been "pc free" for 7 or more months now. On my phone I scan documents, I take and edit my photos, print, set up meetings and calendar events, manage my to-do lists, use MS Office, write, take notes, manage a hobby eBay selling account, use ApplePay, clip digital coupons, shop for our groceries, navigate in the car, surf the web, podcasts, Apple Music... and so much more. I almost never think I wish I had my iPad for this task. And yes, my iPhone is a "laptop replacement". I changed my approach and mindset, and I've become twice as productive as a result. So for those of you largely running your digital life from your phone, let's hear your stories, workflows, etc.