So I've used Android, I've used iPhones, never had the chance to use a Windows phone but in reality I never really understood why that ever existed if Microsoft hardly ever really focused software development to mobile devices. Anyways, I returned back to an iPhone with the iPhone 8 (not the plus), coming from a Note 8, because I know that the iPhone would get software updates support for far longer than any Android phone including the Google Pixel. Also because iPhones appear much easier to repair in case in needs any sort of repair. But I also wanted to get back to the iPhone because if I want a phone that I can keep for longer than year or two which is my usual time to get a new phone, I thought to myself the iPhone would be the best option. I'm thinking that the iPhone 8 would be the phone I'd like to keep for a good while because for one it eliminates monthly payments (once I'm done paying for it) and also because phones aren't really evolving as much anymore it makes no sense to me to continue to update my phone so soon. This brings the question "How often do you upgrade your iPhone?" to mind, how many people are still using an older iPhone?, how many people update their iPhone every year? What makes you want to update your iPhone? Just wondering.