Just wasting my time posting this. I liked android phones but all of them got too big and lacking a changable battery was enough for me to get a 5s a few months ago simply for the size and to give Apple a shot. I love this phone. Its small, its beautiful. The screen is a tad small (4.3 is ideal and I'll get to that later), and thanks to its software it sips battery, but I'd still like to be able to change the battery. However the software sucks. I just dont like iOS. The touch screen isnt very responsive at times. I dont know if its an app hanging up or its just being a pain in the ass. Im just running safari. I gotta press, double and triple press, turn it off, exit the program, restart it and pray to sometimes have a button pressed. I switched on my old Galaxy S4 and its like the phone was an extension of my thoughts. The music app is straight garbage compared to Androids stock music app. I can shuffle a playlist on android but I can only shuffle my library on the Music app. Overall Im psyched for the 5se. Though I dont like iOS I've managed to get used to it and I would imagine that my touch screen issues are an anomaly. Since its not a flagship phone I hope Apple takes some liberty and adds a 1mm of thickness and give us a few hours of extra battery. I hope it sells well so Android manufacturers see an opportunity to make a flagship quality android phone. Dont know what happened to the Galaxy Alpha series, Samsung really had their **** together there but Im guessing internal politics pushed it to the back burner. My ideal phone is the Galaxy S2 with a 1080p screen. I loved that phone. Gingerbread 2.3 was so lean compared to android 4.0. After I got an S4 I was like "eff this I want my S2 back" or even a galaxy alpha with a changeable battery. Hopefully the iphone 5se gives me what i want or galvanizes android manufacturers to give me what I want.