I am currently trying to decide whether I should buy an iPhone 6, and I was hoping the internet people could help me make my mind up. I currently own a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (I've had it for about a year now), and to be honest it's quite good, if a little big. However it does have some issues. It doesn't work too well with the rest of my gadgetry (iMac, iPad, iPod), and I have to go through a lot of effort to put my newly downloaded music on it. Films and television shows that I buy from iTunes simply cannot be put on it due to DRM protection, which is irritating because they'd look great on its 1080p display. The Note 3 just has a couple of annoying quirks that detract from the premium experience I thought I would be buying. I really like the way iCloud seamlessly works across my Apple devices, and with OS X Yosemite coming in the fall, interactions will be better than ever with continuity features, such as handoff. Only a few things are stopping me from going ahead with this currently. Firstly, the iPhone 6 has a lower resolution (and crucially, lower pixels per inch) than the Note 3. Also, it only has an LCD screen. How noticeable will this be in terms of mostly watching films and general use? I was going to start the next point with 'secondly', but I quickly realised the Note 3 trumps the iPhone 6, on paper at least, in almost every single category. Has this always been the case with Samsung and Apple flagship phones, and which usually turns out better? Finally, I live in the UK so Applepay (as well as the Apple Watch) may not be over here for some time. Do you think it is worth trading in both my iPod and Note 3 and buying an iPhone 6 when it is released? If it were you in this position, what would you do? Thanks, Joe P.S. I wrote this very late at night, sorry about the incoherence.