Hi, I'm considering the switch to iOS when I replace my phone. Until now I always bought budget Android phones for about 200-250$ and kept them for about 2 years. It's not that I don't have the money to buy a nicer phone but I like to budget carefully and until now I didn't see the need to spend more. I have a Moto G4 Plus which is fine but is already starting to be slowish and the battery life doesn't last a day. I'm hoping to replace it with a SE2 if it comes out sometimes this year. My main reason to switch is because I like the idea of all my devices working together to provide a better experience. I already use a Mac and I'd love to access my Pages documents from my phone, copy-paste between devices, iMessage on my Mac, starting a hotspot from the iPad etc. Also, I will soon need a tablet and I couldn't find an interesting product running Android. Here are a few questions about making the switch: - Is the integration of devices as nice as it sounds? - How long can one hope to keep an iPhone before it feels old? What are the usual reasons that makes you upgrade? I'm usually not the type to upgrade because of new features on the newer devices and I'm hoping I could keep the iPhone longer than my cheap Android phones. - What in your opinion makes a 350$ SE better than a 200$ Android phone for everyday tasks? What about the 800-1000$ iPhones? I already compared the specs and I also think iPhones feel/look much better but in terms of everyday tasks, what justifies the higher price? - Any downsides I should be aware of? Thank you!