After WindowsPhone it’s been a time of re-discovering other platforms. I have eventually ended up with an iphone. As an IT Professional I use Windows every day. As a consumer I have a Windows PC but my ecosystem of Microsoft products and services has been shrinking. Mostly I am now an Apple guy. You have to choose.
There are no Bing Maps for IOS so it’s Apple Maps. There is no Microsoft Music, Microsoft Pay or almost anything else. I can get Edge on both so bookmarks work and Microsoft Authenticator gives me MFA and password management.
Windows and iphone are not great companions. Dell do do mobile app in the store that is a bit clunky but does let iphone and Windows co-exist. However, Your Phone is really “Android link”. Even “Samsung link” given the integration.
The message for consumers is that Android is the preferred Microsoft platform. If you are using an iphone then it’s probably best to get a Mac.