There are lots of great things about the iPhone interface, including the touchscreen responsiveness, but the idea that Android is too hard is ridiculous. I often have to help iPhone users at work.
One of my co-workers couldn't sync his iPhone to iTunes after the iOS update because his Mac operating system was too old, and Apple wanted him to pay over $100 to upgrade the OS to install a new version of iTunes. Luckily, there was a workaround (which I found through some Googling).
And most of my iPhone-using co-workers, when I ask them to go into settings for an email setting immediately go to Mail instead of to Settings... because that's the intuitive thing to do (change a mail setting, to to Mail, not Settings), but that's not how iOS works. In iOS, you go to Settings. In Android, for email settings, you go to Email.