Yep. I've debated switching to an iPhone for a while now. I don't really want to, because iOS frustrates the hell out of me on my iPad (you do it Steve's way, or you don't do it), and because Android has lots of nice little features that iOS doesn't. Simple example: you can make an Android phone act like a USB storage device. Handy, that. Android lets you rename Bluetooth devices, too. My hospital bought a bunch of Bluetooth systems to play music in the operating rooms. They bought the same system for every room. So iOS users, who can't rename paired devices, have a dizzying list of devices with the same name, and good luck figuring out which one is the right device for this room (often will be two or three within range, so you can't just use discovery). I just went in after hours, paired to each one individually, and renamed them "OR 1", "OR 2", etc.
iOS also has the fuck-you features, like the fact that you can't send a group text to more than ten people unless all are iOS users. Why? Because lock-in.
Oh well. I guess I'll last another year or so on my Nexus 6P, and then I'll just bite the bullet. Maybe Apple will fix some of the more annoying things about iOS by then. It only took, what, five or six years for them to put notifications in iOS? And they're still asking carrier permission to activate tethering, which the 6P has never questioned me about at all.