After the big reveal (that thanks to early leaks and rumors these days was exactly what was expected - I kind of miss being surprised), I'm torn.
Basically, I was an "Android evangelist" for several years. Original Motorola Droid was my first and had several others after that. Being unhappy with performance on them usually, I would end up rooting them and playing with custom ROMs all the time. But then I'd be dealing with the fact that this guy left this thing out of his ROM or this ROM had a bug of some sort. Got tired of all of the nuances and went and got my first (and still only) iPhone when the 5 came out. Truth be told, I've really got no complaints with the device itself at all. It does everything I need and does it well. Integration with other Apple products at home is fantastic as expected (AppleTV, Mac, Basestation router, etc).
However... I'm booooorrrrreeeeeed.
A couple months ago I ventured into Windows Phone waters and got a Nokia Lumia Icon. I wanted to love it, and really, I did. But in the end, the apps made me give it back. I loved the hardware, camera was phenomenal, really enjoyed the OS and the whole live tiles thing, and it was extremely fast at everything it did. Those apps though... in the end, more often than not, it either didn't have an app that I used regularly, or if it did, the app was well out of date. For example, my home alarm system's app - last updated a couple weeks ago on iOS... in the Windows Phone store - June 2013... Things like this. After I ran into enough of these instances I just decided it was too much trouble to deal with. I had to send it back. There's only so many excuses I can make and substitution (inferior) apps I can deal with.
So now here we are. I have an iPhone 5 that works just fine. The 6 has been announced and it is exactly what I anticipated - the exact same but a bit bigger and with some updates to hardware and some features that have been available for some time on other products. So I'm really entertaining the idea of switching to possibly the new Motorola X when it comes out. Android itself doesn't scare me at all. Losing my flawless integration with the rest of my Apple things at home does scare me some, but I'm just honestly not excited about the 6 at all. It's like I would just be getting because I'm supposed to since I'm due for an upgrade.
Decisions decisions... Deciding what to do for a phone all the time wouldn't feel like such a daunting task if I didn't feel like whatever I chose was going to (in a small way) dictate my life for the next 2 years.