So, you're ready to leave your iPhone for greener pastures — specifically, the bright green hue of Google's Android ecosystem.
It's a major move, to be sure, but it doesn't have to be daunting. Beneath the surface-level differences, Android and iOS actually have a lot in common — and with the right steps, you can switch from an iPhone to an Android device without losing anything significant (including your sanity).
Make your way through this easy-to-follow guide, and you'll be happily settled in your new high-tech home in no time.
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All-in-one iOS-to-Android switching tools
First things first: Some Android devices, like Samsung's Galaxy phones and Google's Pixel products, ship with their own all-in-one iPhone-to-Android switching systems. These systems may include special software and possibly even physical cables for moving a bunch of data from your iPhone to your new Android device in one fell swoop. If your Android phone offers such a service, it's a smart place to start.
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