Hey guys, so the reason why I'm posting this here is because I'm going to be talking about Android a bit too. You could probably care less about my opinion but I have some free time and figured I'd share and see if anyone else feels the same way. I've used just about every iPhone since the 3G to my last iPhone, the 5. I'm a tech-guy, I like to build my own computers and keep up to date with all the latest technology, I'm also studying computer forensics in college. Because of my interest, I figured I would try Android to see what it was all about. I decided to buy the Galaxy S4 when it first came out. I quickly realized at the time how ahead Google was compared to Apple. Since then I bought an HTC One M8 and love this damn phone. The thing is great! Forget the endless customization options with Android, compared to iOS 7/8, it opens apps and does any action faster, I feel as though the animations introduced in iOS 7 make it seems much slower than it could be. I never imagined even comparing the 5S to any Android flagship for the small screen alone. However, this changed when the iPhone 6 came out. My girlfriend really wanted one so I surprised her for her birthday with a new iPhone 6. Of course this led to me playing with it for hours testing everything out. And I have to say, the larger screen really improves the experience. Although, it's still not a compelling package. I love using my Moto 360 and it seems as though the Apple Watch just isn't as stylish or functional(I guess time will tell). So using an Android Wear watch is one reason, but in general I simply feel that iOS is still not as advanced as Android. Apple stepped their hardware game up but even so I still can't help but feel Apple used the "People will buy anything we make so lets try to save as much money as possible" tactic. For example, instead of making the IP6 so much thinner, why didn't they just keep the thickness of the 5S and make the phone stronger(no bending) and improve battery life? Was it to save money on excess metal and bigger batteries? I really don't know. I feel as though Apple isn't the company it once was a few years ago with Steve Jobs. I would love to see them come back and CRUSH Android with killer features, great customization, and Apple fluidity that it's known for. I'm not a fan boy for either side, I'll simply buy whatever I believe is best at the time. It's also great when companies have competition because we as consumers in the end always win. But it just feels as though people buying iPhones now are buying simply because: A: They're used to it B: Their friends/family use iPhones C: They are simply Apple fans I really can't see anyone buying the iPhone 6 and truly believing it's the best experience that's currently available... I'll add more thoughts as I think of them, but what do you guys think?