So many people just follow the stereotype of each phone but they are not always true. Like Android is cheap- there are some expensive Android phones out there. -Or- Apple users are not as intelligent but there are some very techy people and smart people using iOS. So, my thing is people should not do this to themselves- locking themselves in 1 camp or another. Try different OSes before forming an opinion or just say you do not have an opinion because you have not tried both. Trying both OS actually mean you have to own the phone for awhile (a few months at least lol) because both OS needs an adjustment period. I really mean both OS even iOS! This is important because people think iOS is simple and do not need that much time to adjust. Android obviously is more customize-able and really needs a bit time to do some user input. because you get so used to doing it 1 way in one OS you think another way of doing things is not good but in fact it is what you gotten used to. If you tried both and picked the one you liked, then there you go. That is the phone that you like and you now can form an opinion. More times than not, the opinion formed is that they are both very good in its unique ways neither is truly bad- I am talking about flagship iOS and Android devices (not the free Android phones-because I have not tried them not that they are bad / good).