I'm a bit torn. I've been mostly an Android user the last two and a half years after selling my iPhone 6. That was a great phone but I found myself at a concert one day and ran out of battery power halfway through. At that point I convinced myself I wanted a phone with removable batteries and also 4K video, so I sold the iPhone 6 and jumped ship to an LG G3. That lasted me about a year before the screen stopped responding to touch. I then went back to my old iPhone 5C for a few months while waiting for the Moto G5+ to come out. The G5+ has been my phone for the last year and a half, but now it's slow and buggy. I've owned the original iPhone, 3Gs, 4s, 5c and 6. I still own the 5c and it still works. So I'm thinking about coming home to Apple again, mostly for the reliability their hardware usually offers. I'm not sure how true that still is. I don't really like the newer iPhones though. The lack of headphone jack (which I still use in my car and for my Grado headphones) and the lack of home button/finger print scanner. I'm also not a fan of that notch. I really liked the fit, finish and feel of my old gold iPhone 6 with the brown leather apple case. The 6S would fill all those requirements and give me the 4K video my original 6 didn't have. But it's pretty expensive for an older phone. More money then I've spent on a phone in the last couple years, so how well does it still hold up? Can I expect to get at least a couple years out of it going forward? I told myself I'd wait until Apple announced the new phones because that 6.1 inch LCD model might be interesting. But again I don't really like that style of phone and I'm worried that come Wednesday with the announcement of the new phones, the 6S is going to disappear from the Apple website as an option you can order still.