So I will start by saying that this my first post here. The reason I start with that is because seeing how some of the posters have been attacked on this forum lately I want to just its upfront because sooner or later someone is bound to call me a 'Android Troll'. Actually my friends would call me an apple fanboy so it's a matter of perspective since they love Android. Anyways I actually became an apple convert with the IPhone 4. Prior to that I was actually an android fanboy. Anyways once college was over and Instarted working I needed a device that just worked. One that did what I wanted without me hacking it to do whatnI wanted. Yes you can make android do whatever you want but when productivity is what you wanted I soon realized apple ecosystem is what suited my needs. also with income coming in when Instarted working I could afford to splurge on the apple products or as my friends call it apple tax. Anyways I absolutely fell in love with the ecosystem and soon my I had a MacBook Pro, a iMac for my desktop and and iPad along with my iphone. Everything worked and it still does. Also more importantly they looked just amazing. The piece of rectangular glass with its sharp square edges just looked like a piece of art and it knocked any other phone out of the park in the looks department. IOS itself was smooth and I could not care less how much ram it had or howmany CPu cores it's had. It worked and worked well. iPhone was white basically what every other phone wanted to be. I bought the iPhone 6 a few days after it came out and I have to say i'be been rather disappointed. With the bigger screen, curved edges I somehow felt that iphone is trying to be android rather than the otherway around. Even ios 8 with its widgets is trying to be what it's traditionally not been. Not to mention a slight creeping in of bloat ware with that stupid tips app that you can't get rid off. In the 12 days that I had the phone I was finding myself trying to find different ways of holding it so that it wouldn't fall from my hand. The metalic materials and curved edges kept giving me the feeling that the darn thing is going to fall ... Instead of just using the phone for what I wanted to do I became more obsessed with handling it with care. Even when I put the phone on the coffee table it didnot have the panache and beauty that the iPhone 4 and 5 series had just looking at it. I have upgraded my iPhone every year with every iteration and it's been love at first site each time. This time around however I was finding reasons to love the phone but every time I looked at my 5s i just loved it over the 6. So I today returned my iPhone 6. Not because of bend gate or anything else but simply because I just couldnot get myself to love it. There is nothing the phone offers that begs an upgrade from the 5s to me and more importantly I just didn't like the design direction apple took with it. I really hope apple continues with the 4 in category and not just turn it into a discount/entry level category.