Up until last Friday I was an Android user exclusively... Yes, I had experience with iOS in the form of my first smart phone which was an iPhone 4, but I had left as I felt iOS was too restrictive. You know how it is, the grass is almost always greener on the other side, or so you think. Yeah, it was fun, and I had plenty of interesting adventures over my stint as an Android fan. Heh, I managed to destroy a few devices via various means from dropping them to a botched root (think jailbreak) or two. March 2017 rolls around, I'm eligible for a upgrade from T-Mobile and I start looking around. I was using a Galaxy S6 with a Gear S watch at this point. Honestly, I wasn't liking the options in the Android ecosystem, mostly because of the wait for security updates from the various manufacturers. I like my devices secure, as I quit rooting devices a while back (my current tablet is rooted, but that was so it could be a network Tor proxy when I'm at home and the OS won't see any updates since Samsung has abandoned the device already) but Android just isn't very secure, even in it's latest version. That said, I chose the iPhone 7. Why the 7 and not the 7+? The 7+ is too damn big for my hands plus was out of my price range to begin with.
Let's just say that I'm pleasantly surprised... It didn't take long for me to figure out the gestures used by VO and it seems far more secure then the S6 did. There's still some things that confuse me, but that's why I joined AppleVis. Don't be surprised if I ask a lot of questions in the near future. It's going to be a learning process, and I look forward to using my new iPhone 7.