Extremely satisfied this far. Switched from OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition to Apple Camp, which I have been away from for five years. Much has undoubtedly happened since then. For starters, you can "debloat" a new iPhone much, much more than any Android phone, Pixel included. The system installation took up 28 GB on my OnePlus, and 6-7 on the iPhone. Battery life is extremely good, although this is the small 11 Pro. The screen is nice, the flow is unbeatable (just not having to drop the front drop when scrolling between apps, something that the 7T Pro did not succeed, despite the Snapdragon 855+ and 12 GB RAM) and the camera light years better than I came from. The build quality is brilliant, nice to finally get a quick charger in the box, and Face ID you never want to be without after he has received it. The integration of services other than Apple's own has greatly improved since the last (had an iPhone 6 Plus 2014-15) and I can run contacts, calendar, emails, notes, and so on without any hassle. Sure, there are still problems with Apple's platform - my Samsung Galaxy Watch was transformed from smart watch to dumb, so an Apple Watch is on the way. But in essence, this is an excellent phone. It is perhaps wrong to say that you get what you pay for, but at least it does not feel like you have been cheated on the money.