Most IPhone people don't get it because you aren't Professional shooters, the Nokia 808 Pureview is a godsend for us as it makes the need for a 2nd compact travel camera redundant. Even many amateur shooters will appreciate not having to travel with a Compact Camera. Iphones and Androids with lack of Xenon flash, Manual ISO & small sensor size cannot take quality images at night of people at a restaurant or provide fill flash for a night portrait. The Nokia 808 can. The device received a GOLD AWARD on Respected Photography site DPreview for a reason. What you are missing is that the 41 mp sensor is there so that there is lossless zooming capability. I can record in 1080p and zoom 4x without loss, 720p with 6x zoom or an 8 megapixel image with 3x lossless zoom. Thus making the need for optical zoom redundant. A first for a mobile device, groundbreaking. FYI The image sensor in an 808 Pureview is 5x the size of an IPhone 4s & larger than 90% of compact cameras. (but smaller than micro 4/3 sensors)
I have exclusively used MAC laptops and desktops for almost 10 years, but I am still not a fan of IPhones as they are primarily a consumption device, whereas MAC's are creative devices. On my 808 i don't have to give my Credit card details to download free apps from the Nokia store, on the IPhone you do. Not a fan of that Apple. Not a fan of paying for apps. Only ever bought one on my Nokia.
I travel a lot and i download whole countries for free offline use & navigation before by trip then when i land i can, (without roaming) use the phone as a pure GPS without any wifi or date connection. You cannot do that on any IPhone or Android. That for me is as valuable as the best camera on a mobile device. Nokia should market that more. Just as it should Nokia rich recording which records without distortion up to 140db. i recorded a concert the other night in 1080p with stereo digital recording and the sound is amazing. No other phone has that either.
IPhones will probably never have Xenon flashes, that feature alone for me is paramount as an led flash is 5% the strength at most of a xenon, and the occasional night portrait is important to me. Never know who you may bump into in Vegas! I don't want to have to take another camera just for that. Yes, the 808 is a niche device but that is what makes it a cult device. I acknowledge that the interface isn't as flashy or quick as IPhone but its close & for me the camera and Navigation more than makes up for that. I'll take the compromise on that for now. A perfect Nomad Travelers Phone is there ever was one.