Sometimes you fall in love with your iPhone and other days you decide to switch things up and try another device.

Regardless of what your relationship is with your iPhone, switching cells can be tricky, so what's the best way to go about it?

We're chatting new smartphones, saying bye-bye to iPhones, and so much more in the iMore forums!

ChadLyons

I am actually in the opposite boat, so to speak. I started off with an iphone 4 and then upgraded to the 4s. After that i joined the samsung galaxy family but have found my way back with the new iPhone 7. I attribute my switch back to the fact that it was easier to integrate my iMac and other devices with the use of my phone. As opposed to having to download an android file reader on my computer...

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Edwin Jacob

I have a 6S and I have been using iPhones for the last 6 years. Though the ecosystem is not as closed off as it used to be, its still lets me down a lot as I like to customize the phone to my liking. I have always jailbroken all my iDevices except for the 6S. Once the phone is jailbroken, its almost perfect (sometimes buggy but still great). I got my wife the OnePlus 3T and that phone is...

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AlekseyShavman

I want to buy galaxy s8, I think it's really a breakthrough. Android is always easier with music, photos and applications. Try so you can compare and make the right choice for yourself

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