Few days ago i caved in and bought an iPhone 6 64GB, I've just sold my 5S 32GB to which i got a very decent price for over £400. The iPhone 6 is going back due to having problems with it freezing for no reason done this 3 times already and had to hard reset to getting working again :/ and i'll be getting a refund not exchanging it, my sister also got a iPhone 6 last week and that came out of the box with a nice scratch to the screen which is also now been returned. Both iOS 8 and the iPhone 6 have been a total disaster for me, I've decided now I'm going back to Android. As i now will have plenty of disposable income to spend on a new smartphone, been having alook around see what there is, i was gonna wait until the Note 4 launched in the next week or so, but decided against buying that for the moment at least, what I've gone back to is the Galaxy S5 reason being I managed to buy a brand new simfree one for £384 which is a brilliant deal for what still considered still a flagship, basically the 5S has paid for this, only downside is going back to 16GB again, but as i don't have alot of apps on Android this isn't really a problem and i have a 64GB SD card for music,video,pictures ect. Things i miss on Android first of a notification light, god how i missed this little feature no more will i have to keep picking up my phone to have alook to see if anybody rang or left a message. Customization & widgets, no longer will i have to put up with the same old boring screen of the iPhone i can change things to how i like again. NFC that isn't locked down and can be used for whatever i like, not just what Apple says. Apps that take to each other properly, so have links to dropbox ect without going though loads of hassle just to upload stuff ect. No longer have to rely on iTunes Swifkey that isn't buggy is can change things to suite me & works great plus has haptic feedback to boot aswell. Launchers can change the launcher from touchwiz to whatever i so desire. And finally A stable OS that is riddle to high heaven full of bugs as is the case with iOS 8 atm. So there you have it my little rant over and done with, I'm back on Android and so glad i've moved back it feels like freedom.