Samsung Hi everyone. This is in continuation to the tech collection that I currently have. I own both an IPhone 6 Plus 16GB 1GB RAM running the latest iOS version 10.0.2 and I wanted to experience Android for the first time so I got myself the MOTO G4 Plus 16GB 2GB RAM variant. This blog is about the experience I've had with IPhone and the MOTO G4 Plus. I've always been crazy about iPhone and the iOS ecosystem vs the Android. I've bought two Apple products since first buying the iPhone 4 and I bought myself the IPhone 6 Plus the first big screen foray by Apple in 2014. I was excited and purchased it without bothering about the Bendgate storm that dominated most of the YouTube tech channel most of them popular channels. I must say that I am happy the way the phone has delivered. I must say here that I didn't put the 6 Plus through all the stress tests it went through but I must say here that I feel it was overdone and blown out of proportions. But I also must say that Apple didn't bother about the problem and added a more stronger 7000 series Aluminium to the next generation of IPhones the 6 and the 6s Plus'. But what about the Samsung Note7's exploding battery? There's been almost no mention and negative publicity about the exploding batteries. I wonder why everytime an iPhone is released there is so much negative publicity and none whatsoever about Samsung. Every phone whether premium midrange does go through stress tests. I have used the 6 Plus in my jeans pocket but I didn't see any bends or structural deformities appearing. The point here is anyone who intentionally sits on a phone it will bend. The customer has to decide. No doubt Samsung has captured the high end smartphone market by way of innovating far ahead of Apple but Apple does it perfectly though being slow but Apple knows when to introduce the right technology. Look at the iPhone 7 plus with its dual camera! It would definitely alter the professional camera space! My take about bendgate or touch disease which is plaguing the iPhone 6 and 6Plus phones is bound to happen and Apple is not completely from it. There will always be competition between the two giants and people including me will question he strengths and weaknesses of the repesctive mobile OS ecosystems. My point is that we need to take everything into consideration and lastly it entirely depends on the end user's comfort, ease of use, value for money and quality which will chart the course for both Cupertino and Mountain View.