Any tips and tricks for transitioning to iOS? Can I / How do I do the following: Quickly access the camera Share media between apps like Whatsapp and Facebook Messenger Quickly switch to previous app Limit data usage (monthly) Monitor battery usage Toggle Wifi hotspot Default apps? (last I heard, not possible) Some background story: Just the other day I was sitting in my car, and google maps kept crashing and hanging on my Nexus 6P. I spent a good minute trying to setup navigation. This kind of sh*t happens rarely but often enough to piss me off. Often when I need to phone to do it job it ****s me over. Every time I try to search for a solution online people will say "your phone has a bad chip", "You need to do try 101 things", "Check if App X is draining your battery" or "I have the same phone and it is as fast as day 1". I'm a nerd and techie who builds all my computers and am the "IT guy" for a small business. Even my degree is IT related. Have been using android since Donut, back in 2009. Had many Samsung phones but latest was the Nexus 6P. Used to root and flash roms but now I'm married with a kid, no time for that. Actually bought an iPhone 6s Plus back in 2015 but couldn't get used to the limitations compared to Android. Vastly preferred a dedicated back button (instead of swiping). Gave it to my wife and bought the Nexus 6P. The 6s Plus is starting to lag, but never crashes or needs restarting. I love Android's flexibility but in the end it's just a phone, and I need something that works reliably 99% of the time. With Android it's more like 90% of the time. So this year when the pre-orders opened I went all-in and bought all 3 colors of the iPhone 8 Plus. Silver for my mother, Gold for my wife and Gray for myself.