I have started to use my iPhone 4 as a stand alone camera and has been so great do to the fact I can edit and upload the photos right from the device. Most pocket cameras don't have this. If they did you have to be constraint to a wifi area. I, with my iPhone 4, like to edit and upload a photo right away and most of the time I would be on 3g which is sufficient enough to upload. But there are many improvements apple needs to do to make more people switch to the iPhone's camera as a standalone one, discluding the DLSR people. Here is what apple needs to hit the sweet spot to users who want a phone and a camera in one package. -A physical camera Button (Hard to take self photos when you can't see the onscreen button). -Bigger Lens (brings in more light and reduces more noise, better in low light situations) -Picture organization (being able to put photos in folders such like the apps to better organize your photos) -Better flash integration (I believe Apple is working on this) -8MP (perfect amount of MP to compete with pocket cameras) -Optical Zoom ( I understand that with the size of the iPhone and of it getting slimmer and slimmer every year that this might me tough to do but I believe apple will find a way once the hardware inside the iPhone gets smaller which can introduce into more room for the camera which would lead to Optical zoom) -Physical Shutter (covering the camera would be nice to keep it away from dust and finger prints) -Faster startup time -Antishake -Allow the original EXIF data and GPS location to third party apps to copy when making the final edited photo. This will truly have me stick with the iPhone 4 as a stand alone camera if most of these are done and will truly take the iPhones camera to the next level.