Sorry, but I will not shed a tear for you. Most Android devices stop receiving major updates withing a year (if they ever even get an update). The manufacturer is too busy working on the next device to ever patch the old stuff.
This is both the blessing and the curse of Android -- the sheer number of devices. The good is that there is a lot of choice, and the down side is that there is a lot of variability.
An Apple developer can test four or five devices and be pretty sure that their app will work on pretty much all Apple devices, since they are fairly uniform.
An Android developer will find it impossible to do proper quality control. Maybe their app will suddenly crash only on that one model of Asus tablet, and the developer will find it hard to debug unless he goes out and buys that one model.
With that being said, I still prefer Android. I have 128 GB of storage on my phone that cost me $35. If you want an iPhone 7, upgrading to 128 GB from 32 GB will only cost you $100.