I've had both, and am nowhere near technologically challenged (I worked in IT security for years until I decided to stay home with my children). Both are good in their ways. It really just depends on personal preference and how much you want/like to play with your tech.
The experience with Android is more customizable (I've had an iPhone for two years and the only things I truly miss are widgets), any the cameras are much better than they used to be. The apps are comparable between both--there are some apps that are only available on Android and some that are only available on Apple, but most can be found on both now. iPhones are generally stable and usually don't freeze or have any problems. However, Android has gotten much better over the last couple of years.
At this point, the only reasons I have an iPhone and not an Android are because I have an iPad (syncing) and my husband got an iPhone through work and travels a lot (FaceTime and picture sharing through iCloud). Those things could easily be addressed with an Android phone, though. The biggest reason is that I have no desire to have a phone with a huge screen. My hands are small and most Android phones are uncomfortable for me.
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When the world says, "Give up,"
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