I gave up on iPhone when they released the iPhone 4. I've very much enjoyed Android over the last seven years but always keep an eye on the iPhone and would consider returning. One-by-one, iPhone has followed Android's lead, but there are a few things I really would miss about Android to the point that I can't quite bring myself to buy an iPhone. Notification light - I don't like the fact that the iPhone could have missed calls, waiting emails and texts, but unless you press the home button, you have no idea. How will the iPhone X deal with this? If the phone is sitting on the kitchen table, how will you discover if there are any missed notifications? Default apps - does the iPhone still force you to use Apple Maps/Safari etc.? Are there any thoughts that this might change? Pop-up dialogue boxes - I forever see people browsing on their phone and suddenly they're interrupted with a pop-up displaying available wifi hotspots. Can this be turned off yet? Scrolling - is scrolling still really slow compared to Android?