Apple today shared a new video aimed at Android users considering switching to an iPhone. The video walks through common questions that switchers may have, including transferring contacts, photos and messages, trade-ins, long-term updates, and more.

It also covers the iPhone‌ durability, such as water resistance, battery life, iOS operating system reliability, security and privacy protection for personal data.

Apple’s four-minute video about switching to an “iPhone” is actually a shortened version of the special “Switch to iPhone” website that walks through everything smartphone users need to know about upgrading to an “iPhone”. Apple also maintains a special “Move to iOS” Android app that makes it easy to transfer data.

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