Hi, Last month, I was being robbed during a party with friends. Someone took my iPhone and immediately turned it off...impossible to locate it since then, it’s definitely lost. It was an iPhone 7+ which I loved since the first day I bought it in January 2017, my best phone by far. I even bought an iPad Pro and a MBP and the Apple ecosystem perfectly fulfilled my needs: fast, reliable, great native apps. However, I didn’t want to spend 1k bucks to get an iPhone XS/XS Max which came out 6 months ago so I thought getting an Android (especially almost a stock version like a 1+) would be a good idea to wait until September for Apple announcement. I received the OnePlus 6T one week ago and, although it has many qualities and is blazing fast, I’m really missing iOS. I remember having a all-in-one package with the iPhone, the icing on the cake being the sync between my devices. A much better haptic feedback, a nicer camera, better speakers, more refined apps (especially Instagram which is cropped on the 1+ for the stories due to the screen ratio, I also don’t like the idea of chat heads on Messenger and deactivating them forces me to check the notification centre every single time), no number badges for notifications (have to install an external launcher),... I really don’t think if one of those features taking apart makes a difference in my experience but by adding them, it seems like Android doesn’t suit me as much as before (I’ve owned two Android devices before my iPhone). Anyway, I have 30 days with Amazon to send my device back and get a refund. An iPhone XR (64 GB) would cost me about €100-150 more than the 1+: worth it? If not, I might then wait and see in September because my first idea was to have an “in between” device. If Apple announcement is disappointing, I might stick to the XR then. Tom.