I noticed something different with Apple with this iPhone 6 launch, beginning with the keynote. They seemed to backdown on the Android bashing and seemed to really emphasize how much bigger the new iPhones are. But...they also did something different....they released a guide on how to switch from Android to iOS. Sure, Apple has always been in competition with Android, but now it seems like instead of expanding iOS to completely new smartphone users, it seems like they are doing a lot to make iOS more open with more choices. Even iMessage has the ability now to text non-Apple people in iOS 8.Let's not forget about extensions and keyboards. Do you guys think this is happening and do you think they will be successful? I was standing in line with a friend for the iPhone 6, and a lot of people in line were upgrading from larger Android phones like the Note 3. Not that I'm saying this is typical, but there were a lot. Before Apple seemed to not care about Android users, now they do. Well I know I'm definitely switching.