We know that Apple's iPhone sales are in decline. In light of this, I decided to update the community as an expression of my distaste with the product I'm holding. This is one of the first times I bought an iPhone that I really didn't like. iOS 9 Gracelessly Deployed Initial release was in unfinished state, and bricked many iPhones old and new. To this day, bugs still linger; with the last of the bugs still currently being hammered out all the way up to iOS 9.3. I've already lost track of the amount of updates between then and now. Battery Became Smaller If Apple asked all their customers if they would've liked to have less battery life they would've said no. So why then, is that exactly what they delivered in the new iPhone 6s? The design, seemingly larger, the battery was sacrificed. It's not a good design. Apple releases iPhones made with seeming cheap materials that scratch on the first iteration, only to go back and make the phone thicker and add in a smaller battery to it. It doesn't matter what they say about the processor. A smaller battery equals less battery no matter what. It's not like they're increasing battery life because they're not. The decreased it. And I can notice the difference. End of story. 3D Touch Has Not Worked When someone is using your new iPhone and saying, "The old iPhone worked so much better than this one." Your phone, has problems. I'm just writing this because I've had the phone for too long now and I can't return it. Sure, I would've liked to have kept my iPhone 6. But Apple usually demands switching up to the new iOS. Which makes the phone worse. I don't know when this company is going to get their act together but it needs to start some time because right now. I don't meant to cause an alarm, but what if Apple is heading the way of HP? I don't need to mention the advantages and disadvantages of the competition. We've known other phones have better specs. We've known other phones have better performance. We've known other phones have better quality. However, I still feel obligated to stick to Apple because there's nowhere else to turn, but the only thing I'm thinking of the whole time is waiting for the right moment to make a move. I sold my Apple Watch. I can't bring myself to purchase a Mac, and I want to go back to the iPhone 6 because the 6s is beleaguered with questionable design choices that were at first scoffed at but returned to prove my suffering. And before the first person says, just leave. I'm eager to jump off of the Apple bandwagon. I'm ready. No one told me to go out and purchase an iPhone 6s. You're right. That's why Apple's iPhone sales are in decline.