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android to ios

well im an android user and im using it since my first smarthpone & im a fan of big screens (phablettes). i had note 2/3, xperia z3 but now im planning to get an iOS device...
so im here for advices which one should i get? iphone 6+ or 6s+ and is it really worth it? what else can i get with that money.

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Have you owned and used an iPhone?

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I have both and I'm not that big a fan. It's OK but for me it felt like I was wearing a tight suit. Just didn't seem as open as the Android models. Now there is something to be said to a proprietary app store (safety) and syncing with just one app (iTunes) but overall it feels more like a straight jacket at times.

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before switching ask yourself

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do you have any purchased apps from android?
do you like to customized your screens?
do you use microsd cards for storage?
do you like to download third party apps away from the official stores?
do you only run linux on your computers?

If any of the above is yes, then you should consider sticking with android. Don't get me wrong, the iphone is a good phone, better than most but it is a close environment for what they say is security purposes though I believe it is about maximizing profit. and yes, I used to have the iphone.

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