Good news, you're not stuck with iOS forever. Google's Android operating system is on par with Apple's operating system.
And for some people, the hardware, with its bigger screens, is even better.
If you've ever wanted to switch, but were worried about the hassle, we've put together this guide on how to convert from iOS to Android.
First, you'll have to pick your phone...
We think the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the best Android phone on the market.
The Galaxy Nexus is a close second. Its more controlled by Google, so you'll have faster access to newer Android software. You can buy it directly from Google's Play store.
We recommend you go with Verizon as a carrier, if possible.
Next, upload your contacts to iCloud.
Without your contacts, your phone isn't much of a phone per se, and more like a mobile media device. That's OK, but you'll want to use an Android phone to keep in touch with all your friends.
To start, back all your contacts up to iCloud. You can do that in the settings of your iPhone.
Now, grab your contacts from the Internet.
While iCloud is mostly a back-end service, you can access all that information from the web on iCloud.com.
That includes your address book!
And not only can you view and edit your address book from the website, you can also download your entire list of contact. So do that now with "export vCard" — make sure you have all of your contacts highlighted at once.