Let's face it, lots of people will probably choose an iPhone. Especially with the launch of three new advanced models, Apple may just as well have customers right where they want them- drawing closer to the iPhone. But here's what to consider before making your decision.
You need a phone that can help you work on the move, but also need something that will allow you to work across multiple devices, and to secure your data. That could range from the iPhone, Android or even a Blackberry- the choice is yours.
The new iPhone X promises to become a status symbol (with a price tag to match), and will come packed with high specs, a selection of advanced features and wireless charging, which could vault it ahead of all current Android phones on the market.
The iPhone X will be released in November 2017 with a new 5.8 inch Super Retina screen. Apple has also done away with the home button and Touch ID in favour of Face ID, which the company says is more secure. Users can now unlock, authenticate and use Apple Pay simply by the phone scanning their face.
The iPhone 8, which comes in two sizes (4.7 and 5.5 inch) and will be released earlier, in September, also has a new all-glass design and supports wireless charging.
With its bigger screen, high-end specs and dashing good looks the iPhone X would certainly tick a lot of boxes for an entrepreneur looking to run their business on the move.
The main issue will be the price. The iPhone X will be one of the most expensive smartphones on the market when it is released in November, starting at $999/£999 for the 64GB model. For the 256GB model, you're looking at $1,149/£1,149.
The iPhone 8 will ship earlier, in September, and retail at between £699 (64GB) to £849 (256GB), and £799 (64GB) and £949 (256GB) for the iPhone 8 Plus.