Over the last few months, we've gone over many of the reasons why more people than ever are switching to iPhone.

That includes the amazing camera, the terrific apps, the focus on privacy and security, and the advantages of Apple Pay, Apple Stores, and AppleCare, or just to get the Apple Watch. We've also gone over the reasons many of our readers have switched from their Nexus, Galaxy S, and other Android Phones, and gone all in on iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. But that still leaves many of you who haven't yet made the switch, and today I want to ask you — why?

Some of you have previously said you were worried about leaving all your Google Play services behind, but Google makes almost all their apps for the iPhone now, and there are even workarounds for Google Keep and the ones they don't.

That makes switching incredibly easy. You just download the apps, log into your Google Account, and continue from right where you left off. For non-Google apps and games, since many of them are free, and almost all of them are also available for the iPhone, you can just re-download them as well.

Screen size used to be an issue for some as well, but now the iPhone 6 has a 4.7-inch display and the iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5-inch display. That means you no longer have to choose between iPhone or big. You can get iPhone and big.

iOS 8 also delivered Extensibility which allowed for inter-app communications, not just for sharing but for actions. That's led to everything from integrated, fingerprint powered password managers to full on workflow automation. Also: custom keyboards, including Android favorites like Swiftkey and Swype.

So, what other concerns do you have? For what other features or apps would you need to find equivalents? If you've been considering switching to iPhone, what other help would you need to make the switch?