I've been pleasantly surprised by switching to Apple's iPhone.
In terms of security, it's much better than my last Android phone. Safari on iOS is one of the only
browsers to support TLS 1.2, one of the only ways to secure websites against the CRIME and BEAST attacks. iMessages are also end-to-end encrypted automatically between iPhones using SRTP. Last, I'm not locked into Google's services, as I can add my own secure CalDAV and CardDAV accounts (thanks, Owncloud).
It does lose points for not being as friendly to open-source software as I'd like. Open-source licenses are generally incompatible with the App Store, so the walled garden prevents programs like VLC or superior codecs like OPUS or Vorbis from being added to iTunes. Nothing is perfect, but it's a step in the right direction. #Apple #Security