I have an iPhone 6S, works for me. Bought it new about 3-years ago. Had the battery changed a few months ago before the special discount expired, cost about 30 bucks.
Went to an iPhone because we suffered from a horrible virus that was caught on my Galaxy. We had a real tough time because it was able to reinstall itself after going through a total reset.
My son is in IT and explained that one of the problems (at the time) was that smartphone android systems are modified by each manufacturer. Pardon me if I don’t use the correct terminology here. So there is an underlying Android system and each manufacturer then layers their own version over the top of that. As a result there were significant delays when threats were discovered because the “fix” would have to go to the manufacturer, they’d have to integrate it into an update/patch, and that could delay development and deployment by months.
Since Android is a Google OS and Google produces the Pixel inherently Pixels have received security updates faster than other Android phones.
I like my iPhone and will probably replace it in about a year. Whether I stay with an iPhone or go to an Android I’ll decide then but Pixel would be high on the list.
(Usage: Phone, Texting, and a hell of a lot of YouTube Let’s Plays)