So I have had my iPhone 7+ for a few days now and just wanted to share a few thoughts so far. I switched to this from a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. As far as Android phones go that is one of the best available. I have gotten fed up with all the little quirks and such I tend to get from Android over the years, things like the audio quitting on me, the abysmal battery life, lag when there shouldn't be, etc... The S7 certainly had less of these issues at first than my previous phones but they came up eventually. I don't know if it's Android itself or my particular usage but I end up with issues without fail, and I have been using Android since 2009. I'm a network admin as well so it's not like I don't know how to trouble shoot things . So on to my nice new iPhone. I downloaded the move to iOS app and used that to transfer to the new phone. It was very slick and easy to use. Ended up with all my contacts, photos, and messages. As an added bonus it even automatically downloaded any apps on my Android that it could find on the app store. Didn't get everything but that's to be expected. The actual experience of using the phone is great, here's a random assortment of what springs to mind: 3D touch is sooooo nice, being able to use it on notifications works much better than the pull down method on Android. I love how many little actions have haptic feedback, it's really amazing how much it adds to the experience. Everything is so nice and snappy compared to my old phone, even when it was brand new or recently restored. I know it's how iOS works vs Android but it adds so much to the user experience. The finger print reader works as well as the Samsung one, however Touch ID is supported in more of the apps that I use on iOS vs Android. I really like the new home button and really have no issues with it, in fact to me it feels better than using the home button on my iPad. Battery life vs the S7 is unreal, I think the S7 has a bigger battery but if I didn't plug the thing in it would be under 50% by the time I got home from work, yesterday using the iPhone all day to stream podcasts it was about 70%-80% when I got home. I use most of google's services so I was worried I would miss out on those a little, however it seems to me that the iOS versions of google's apps are almost better than the Android ones, for some crazy reason gboard on iOS is certainly better than the google keyboard on Android. Finally I have been using bluetooth headphones and I have a bluetooth adapter in my car so I haven't used wired headphones in about a year, basically the no headphone jack thing doesn't affect me at all. So what do I miss about the S7? Biggest thing is my Moto 360 has a bug where it won't connect to the iPhone 7 so I miss my smartwatch, hopefully that will be fixed (planning on getting an Apple Watch anyways). Wireless charging is nice, although since I don't need to charge the phone nearly as much it hasn't been an issue yet. I thought I had a couple other things but they are escaping me at the moment. I grew bored with tinkering with everything on Android years ago so I don't care that I can't do that on iOS as much. The app store here is sooooo much better than the play store. So far there are virtually no downsides for me and I have no regrets moving away from Android. Hopefully someone gets something from my post, just wanted to add my own positivity to this release. Thanks for reading!