Hey guys. I've been debating for weeks which phone should be my next one after my S6. I'm happy with it, but there are a few minor things that annoy me (bugs since the 6.0 update and random android stuff like an error message I don't even know where it comes from) and a few things I would want, like more storage (only got the 32GB model), better battery life, IPS screen instead of AMOLED, etc. I don't see anything appealing in the android world. I don't want the same old thing, so no S7 or any other Samsung phone. G5 is getting terrible reviews, Nexus 6P is nice but I want even better battery life and no AMOLED screen again, M10 could be interesting, etc. Nothing really excites me that much, so I've been thinking maybe it's time to go back to iOS and try how different it is now since I last try it (iPhone 4). It would be nice to have a fluid OS, with less bugs (even thought Apple is doing a terrible job lately with updates, but I like that they fix them quickly), best battery life in the market, nice multitasking, IPS screen super bright (just tried it today at the store and at maximum brightness it completely destroys my S6 at maximum too), guaranteed updates for 3 years and in time, iTunes backup for easy full backup of app data, TouchID, etc. I'm thinking about buying the 6S Plus. There are a few areas in which the S6 is better (theoretically): more RAM (but with worse multitasking?), QHD screen (but makes for worst battery life?), better camera, IR (I use it a lot with my TV), smaller and more comfortable to hold and use, the back button (man, I really miss it when trying the 6S Plus in store), quick charge (iPhone charges way slowly I guess because it doesn't have this), etc. Also, the 6S Plus is sooooooo expensive for what it offers. Do you guys think it can be a good change? I'd also like to buy the Apple watch (probably the second generation) with it. That would be cool. Seems like the Apple watch can do much more than Android Wear. Thanks guys.