For the last couple of years I was a mostly happy Droid Incredible owner. I held on to my new every two year upgrade and waited for it to hit the market and took the plunge. I had a few problems with the device, the largest of which was its pathetic battery life. This was a problem I solved by purchasing a larger battery. Now my phone lasted all day but it was now nearly 40% thicker. There were also other strange errors that would pop-up from time to time (something about running out of application memory) which were an occasional nuisance.
Overall the Droid Incredible and I had a great relationship. I especially was fond of its camera which eventually became my only camera (Keep in mind, I do not take many photos). I also loved the Google account integration.
I didn't seriously consider getting an iPhone when it came to Verizon as I already had a variety of Apple devices in my life (Macbook, really old iPod video, iPad) and I didn't feel I was missing anything. All that changed with the announcement of the iPhone 4s and iOS5.
So I made the jump, got the iPhone 4s and I love it. It took a shockingly short amount of time to get used to the phone and an even more shockingly short amount of time to realize that using the Android phone no longer felt "right." I can't really explain it other than using it felt cumbersome in a way it had never felt prior to iPhone ownership. I did not expect that.
Another thing I did not expect was for the 4s to render my iPad useless. Ok, maybe 'useless' is too strong a word, but now I don't feel the compulsion to reach for the iPad anymore. In my day-to-day life I do not use the iPad in a way that is unique to the iPad. Occasionally, I will try to catch up on my digital subscriptions as it is far easier to read the New Yorker on my iPad. Watching video on the iPad is another victory for the iPad. The problem is that I don't watch video on the iPad.
So I'm not sure where the iPad fits into my life at this point. But I am happy with the new iPhone.