So I spent the past 3 to 4 months using a samsung phone with the latest android and talkback. And although there were a few benefits, like the speech having shorter pauses during punctuation and reading things like emails there were some major things that I missed. The most important thing that I missed was voiceover's image descriptions and screen recognition. I also missed how easily spellchecking is done on IOS. Now for the most part, apps work the same on IOS as they do on android. On both platforms I could use pluto tv, and various radio and video apps. Although liking youtube videos is much easier and much more consistent on IOS than it is on android. Also IOS has vizLens, android does not have any equivalent to this app at all. Web browsing on android has improved. But on IOS it is so much easier to cast to tvs and apple tv set top boxes. Magic tap responds faster on IOS than on android, and better keyboard and braille support... I'm sure there are other things I am missing. But in general, IOS is my favorite mobile OS. Is android useable? yes it is if you are willing to put up with its limitations. But if you want to be as productive as possible, I would recommend an IOS or iPad OS device.