My first smartphone was an iPhone 3G in 2008. I went on to own a 3GS, 4 and 4S. Then between July 2013 and February 2016 the only phone I had was an ancient nokia flip phone that I could only use to call and txt on. On February 6 2016 I was like, I need to get an iPhone again. It had been so long I had forgotten about them so when I walked into a shop and picked one up, I was like a baby in a candy store, excited and hypnotised by this new technology. I got a silver iPhone 5 16GB. But I had played with an iPhone 6 and within 4 weeks I was hungry for a larger screen and more storage. So in March I went back to that shop. They didn't have any 6's in stock so I bought an iPhone 6 Plus 64GB (I didn't get a 6S Plus because I was on a budget and they are $200 more in NZ). At first I found it way too big, but I got used to it and really loved it. It was amazing having something to do at bus or train stations, on the toilet, and I enjoyed the Facebook phone app way more than the desktop version. With maps, no longer would I get lost trying to find someones house. I used uber for the first time not long ago. And i finally signed up to snapchat! Two weeks ago I got a bit drunk and dropped my 6 plus, without a case on it. Screen cracked. Instead of fixing it I sold it for $500 and went into one of my local carriers to get a replacement. I decided on the 128GB Rose Gold iPhone 6s and it's aaaaaaaamazing. It has enough space that i've put all 236 episodes of Friends and 26 episodes of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt into the VLC app for me to watch whenever I get bored. I'm going to add all of 30 Rock soon and then leave the rest of the space (about half) for photos and apps. The perfect size for me as I am a male with normal sized hands. I got used to using two hands with the 6 plus like a pig gets used to rolling around in the mud, it's fine if you don't really know any better but now that i'm using a 4.7" screen I doubt I could go back to a plus. I can't stop looking at the thing and it's in my hand almost all day haha. I could never switch to android because i've used a few and they're ugly and weird. I like the aesthetics of the iPhone range. Life without a smartphone is awful and I don't recommend it, it's like living in the 90s again (I'm 27). I know I should have waited for the 7 but it doesn't look that amazing, and if it is, i'll just sell my 6s and buy a 7, no biggie. p.s. Some things I've noticed that have changed since I owned a 4S 1) I care about how much storage I have, I never used to look pre-2013 and just delete things as needed. 2) I see my iPhone 6S as more like a mini-computer than a phone.