I had my S8 a little over a month now and while I think the device is awesome I'm going to be selling it and going back to my iPhone 6s+. Let me just say the design on the S8 is unmatched. Screen is the best on the market. It really does look futuristic. And that was one of my issues ironically. It's so nice I felt I had to baby it all the time. It didn't seem practical. Even with a case on I felt like with the curved edges if I drop it one time it'll be done for. Also the curves make it impossible to fit a good screen protector. It's like a beautifully made cake. It looks so nice you don't even want to cut into it. I've dropped my iPhone countless times and it still in great condition. But my 2 main issues were apps and software. While the Samsung experience software has gotten a lot better its still not there yet. Bloatware still exists. There's still 2 apps for almost everything. And having the device only 6 weeks I started to get the infamous UI stutters. I wouldn't call it lag but just some hiccups when navigating. I took that as a possible sign of things to come. Also, this has more to do with Android in general not Samsung specifically but some apps just look down right awful. Facebook for example is not only a battery killer but it's so laggy compared to the iOS version. Snapchat is almost unusable. Even my transit app that worked flawless on my iPhone is clunky on Android and I cant get notifications from it like a did before even though I have it set up to do so. My Chase banking app is missing features that iOS version had. Just little things like that started to add up. Almost every app I tried on Android looked and felt inferior to the iPhone version. I knew this going in but I thought I could live with it given how great the S8 hardware it..I can't. the hardware can be great and have all the bells and whistles it wants but apps and software is what makes or breaks the experience for me. I still have my old Galaxy S6 that I will use strictly for media (torrents, Kodi, Showbox) but I'm glad to be back with the reliability and smoothness of iOS. I will admit looking at my 6S screen after using the S8 is a real downgrade. Thats the only thing I really miss. I will wait till September to see what the iPhone 8 looks like or maybe pick up a 7+ if I can get a good deal on it. Sorry for the long post. Just wanted to share my experience in case someone was on the fence about switching.