I got a pixel 6 yesterday, after being with apple for quite a while I thought it was time for a change.
I'd tried samsung in the past and took it back after a day. I've returned my pixel 6 today to get a new IPhone tomorrow.
I like the idea of android, it's cheeper, you used to be able to put sd cards in the devices, you can connect a lot of things like USB keyboards and external hard drive to the phones but I always come back to apple. Why? Cause apple is easier to use and you don't need to learn that many things.
Yes android has a tutorial where as apple doesn't, but android really does have a steaper learning curve in my oppinion.
For example, with apple, if you swipe all the way to the page chooser, I forget if that's actuallly what it's called, you can swipe up once to get to the next page, you can also swipe with do fingers I believe but on my pixel I had to remember from my last use of android the page swiching gesture.
I don't think talkback mentions that, i've not looked at the tutorial in a while so I could be wrong.
There's also hardly any websites out there for the new android user.
There's one called blind android users but honestly? As much as they say they're about demystifying android for blind people, they're not newbie friendly. I've tried mentioning making their site more like applevisbut honestly I don't think the people of the site will do that.
To be fair on them, I think it's just 3 people and the users of android devices don't seam to want to actually help out by writing articles and things, I can only hope things change in a couple of years for the andoid newbie because if they don't, I can see apple taking over, as it were, for blind people again.
It's sad because android, especially these days, isn't bad, it's just the huge lack of a beginner friendly website.
So appple, you've won me over and I won't be going back to android even if I may want to because of the price.