Moving back to the iPhone from android continues to be a great experience. For me it does everything I want effortlessly. Even the AT&T service seems to have improved. There people seem to be friendlier and are very helpful. Most importantly I no longer have dropped calls.
Holding the phone where it is totally enclose by the hand does degrade the signal strength. I have tested this in several locals and find it only happens where the AT&T signal is down to one or two bars. With my speck protective case installed I can't reproduce the problem. I'm sure all the tech pundit's will continue to rail about this issue but really it's a non issue for real people. Yes pundit's are nor real people but a collection of talking heads spouting anything that will get the noticed. And yes I am referring to you Molly Wood.
The iPhone camera is fantastic. It is now my only camera. Our trip the month of August was solely record with the iPhone. Actually sold my Canon digital SLR on eBay. For me the camera in the iPhone meets all my needs.
One real reservation about moving to the iPhone was giving up Google navigation. Turns out that the AT&T navigation system really works great. It's not free. However I actually like it better then the Google system. But if it were free I would really love it. For me the $10 per month fee is worth it, as I use it almost daily to navigate around my area (Phoenix, AZ).