Could it just be the user experience?
Yes and no. Well, everyone’s entitled to their own preferences and of course, there are other factors in consideration as well, such as display quality, battery lifespan, and ultimately the price. But perhaps user experience tops the list as being the most significant factor in considering for a product.
Many have actually expressed their frustration when using both the iPhone 6S and Samsung Galaxy Note 5, because they found that the former offers neither of the background multitasking function and a proper multi-window. Not to mention, iPhone can be quite tricky sometimes, whereby it doesn’t really “play well” with others; for instance, iCloud.com couldn’t seem to load on Chrome for Android.
Then again, it isn’t all that fair to have the iPhone compared with Note 5 (or phones that have Stylus incorporated in them). Perhaps a little shame on you, Apple. But for what it’s worth, if you’re interested in getting your work done outside of the office while you’re on the go, take the Note 5. If you’re just a minimalist who couldn’t be bothered much about anything else apart from the common features of a smartphone, the iPhone 6S is all yours. It’s as simple as that.