But we test a ton of other phones that we like a lot too. And many of them, especially the high-end Android phones, have proven the iPhone is far from a perfect device.
Apple is hard at work on its next version of the iPhone's software, iOS 6. We probably won't know all the details until this summer, but in the meantime we came up with a quick wish list of Android features we hope Apple adopts for the iPhone.
Multitasking needs a makeover on iPhone
Multitasking has been on the iPhone since iOS 4 arrived in 2009.
But it's still far from perfect.
In order to manage your apps, you have to double tap your iPhone's home button to bring up a tray of currently running apps. Then you have to swipe right to find the app you want to launch. If you want to close an app, you have to hold down the icon for a second, then tap the red dot.
Sound complicated? It's way more complicated than it needs to be.
Take a look at multitasking on the latest version of Android. All you have to do is tap the multitasking function key and a handy list of running apps pops up in an overlay on your screen. Tap the app you want to reopen, or swipe it to close.
Android's multitasking solution is much more elegant and easy to use than what Apple came up for the iPhone.
Spotlight should search the web and your phone
Spotlight is a handy tool on iPhones that lets you search everything stored on your device: apps, music, contacts, emails, text messages, you name it.
But Android takes that a step further.
Using the built-in search on your Android phone lets you search the web in addition to the stuff stored directly on your phone. There's no need to launch your web browser or any other app.
iPhones do provide a link in Spotlight to search the web, but it'd be better if the results showed up right away like they do on Android.
Apps should update automatically
If you have a lot of out of date apps on your iPhone, it can take an eternity to get them all updated.
Android gives you the option to have your apps update automatically without opening up the Google Play store and entering your password. It saves time, and it's just easier.