Second, I'm not a techie so for those of you looking at the sophisticated stuff, sorry but you'll have to look elsewhere, hence...
Third, is that I will try to make this as simple as possible...
Wide variety of handsets
Generally chepaer than iOS (lowest prices can be even £30)
Widgets (extremely useful)
Removable battery and SD Card (don't actually know what the latter really is but have a fair idea)
Mobile Payment (again not sure what it really is)
Android market is worse than iOS App Store
Harder to use than iOS
Doesn't have Siri
Only handset looks and feels better than most Android ones
Has better apps than any others
Easier to use than Android
Touchscreen feels better (maybe just me)
Has cooler phone cases
Far too expensive for something with similar features to Android
Battery not removable, and no SD Card slot
Only one handset
No widgets/Live wallpapers
Must sync with iTunes for music etc. (very confusing and not much use)
More likely to have it stolen by a thief
Well, it really depends. If you prefer ease of use, apps, and Siri (which is amazing), get iOS. If you prefer not getting ripped off, having more and better features that when used are very helpful, then get Android. If you just want a phone that functions as a phone, then get a brick phone.
Please feel free to comment below...
As always JHWW.