I was forced to have a long hard think about whether I was also falling out of love with my iPhone...
To put this in context: I have had an iPhone since the 3G - have had every model since, up to the 4S (didn't leap at the 5, as it just didn't offer me enough...was that my first sign?), I also have an iMac, two iPads in the house, my wife has an iPhone and the two kids have iPod Touches...and there's also the Apple TV plugged into the telly. So I am not a hater...nor, though, am I a fanboy.
Just lately, I've found myself looking with envy at people sporting their HTC's and Samsungs, thinking to myself "Look at the size of that screen. What a great shape. Wow! etc"
I think about how completely locked into the Apple environment I am and nowadays (unlike a year or so ago), I have a lingering feeling of regret...or of being trapped.
I have thousands of dollars tied up in apps, movies, music (easy enough to create MP3 copies and transfer to other formats), etc. All of which ties me to the Apple ecosystem pretty well.
To add to the frustration, i have become inceasingly less enamoured with iOS - it just doesn't feel fresh or interesting anymore.
I barely find myself playing any of the high-graphic games that I used to, as I simply lose interest on the small screen. I refuse to pay twice for an app that works only on either an iPad or an iPhone - if it's not universal, it gets downloaded once to only one device.
With this in mind, does anyone else have the same (or even completely opposing) feelings ion the state of iOS and it's associated hardware?