Quit the tribe, join the clan

A few months ago I purchased a second-hand iPhone. After years of being an Android devotee, I became a sheep and spent £22 on a ye olde 3GS. I decided to join the tribe. And I tried. And I failed. I could not do it!

A couple of days ago I elected to go back to using the trusty Samsung S3 Mini. What have I been missing? Well for a start: up-to-date apps, as opposed to legacy ones that still work with iOS 6.1.6. Along with a bit more speed. Let us face it, the iPhone is just not what it's cracked up to be. Having to eternally upgrade just to have apps that work. And when your bank decides to shun your version of iOS with their app update, you are truly buggered! Android just seems to have so much less of that.
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