If you've finally come to your sense (as iPhone users might say) and decided to switch from your Android phone to an iPhone don't worry. The data from your Android is safe and yes, you can transfer it to your new iPhone.
For many Android users this if the biggest reason they don't switch. We carry more and more important information in our smartphones: family photos and videos, contact information for dozens, perhaps hundreds of business and personal connections; and data for everything from our bank accounts to our favorite shopping web sites.
That's what has made transferring such a big deal for those wanting to switch from Android to iPhone. Fortunately, there is a simple solution:
Apple took some of the hassle out of moving from Android to iOS by launching an Android app called Move to iOS Opens a New Window. (pictured below). It promises to set up a direct wireless connection from your old Android to your new iPhone, and will transfer over the following: contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, Web bookmarks, mail accounts, calendars, wallpaper, and DRM-free books. The Move to iOS app will also suggest that you download the iOS versions of the Android apps you had installed, assuming there is an iPhone equivalent.
If you are ready to make the switch get the latest step-by-step instructions for making the switch as painless as possible right here.