Thought this might be an interesting question to ask, especially since I've been thinking about it for the last couple months. Should I get an iPhone 5 when my contract is up next month? A little background, I've been looking at 4G phones for the last year (well, LTE... Still too early for 4G) even though I'm not lucky enough to be in one of the two test cities for LTE in the UK. Now EE is about to open the floodgates for 4G across the country (or at least 16 cities) so now would be a good time to pick up a 4G compatible phone, especially considering that I'm a bit of a power user of Android smartphones. I'm the kind of cat that would definitely make use of the faster speeds. The only thing I don't know yet is if 4G will be available on unlocked handsets (SIM only deals) or how much it will cost to get unlimited data (since most data plans in the UK are for 1GB at the most, and I use a lot more every month). On the other hand, I do have a Samsung Galaxy S3 (unlocked) and I am making great use from its quad core awesomeness. Unfortunately, the UK only got the crippled version (1GB RAM, no LTE) whilst most of the world got the full version (2GB RAM, LTE). From what I've seen, the SGS3 is far better in terms of media and functionality, but the IP5 has better hardware for being a phone and are compatible with my headphones media controls. I also have an iPad 2, so the app market is already open to me and I'm not missing out on anything much. I've seen the argument that the IP5 is just a stretched out 4S with a faster processor, but consider that I've never used an iPhone before so the IP5 is much more of a significant upgrade to me (disregarding the whole SGS3 thing). So, this question is for all you techies and/or iDevice fanboys out there: should I get an iPhone 5? And, by extension, iOS vs Android (not looking for a flame war, just will iPhone give me any benefit at all to what Android has to offer).