I’ve been down that road for 4 years and believe me, grass is NOT greener on the other side. While I loved some aspects of Android (and I virtually live in the Google Apps universe), returning to iPhone a few months ago felt like coming home. The thing is, iPhone might not be perfect, but it does just about everything really, really well. With Android hardware, there’s always a compromise — for my Nexus 4 it was the camera, for Glaxy S4 it was the crappy TouchWiz and bloatware, for my customized Moto X (gorgeous!) it was the battery. While they are some beautiful Android phones out there, the compromises I had to make on one of the key features really impacted my experience.