I didn't watch the above video (I actually have likely already viewed it, as I'm subbed to Rossmann's YT channel) but he's published one video that shows someone being told by a "Genius Bar" tech that their mobo was bad and that the total cost of the repair would exceed $1200, it would only make sense to buy a new device. This person then has Rossmann have a look at it. He then proceeds to quickly repair a bent pin on one of the buses (under 5 minutes) and the device is as good as new.
I've always been rather ambivalent RE Apple. I get that many people want stuff that "just works" and the ability to customize, mix n match, etc aren't a big deal to them. But lately, with Apple being so anti "Right to Repair", refusing to sell even authorized service people parts, soldering in SSD drives in at the factory, it's really disconcerting.
I also find it troubling that Apple recently decided to buy back $100 billion of their own stock - what does that say?
Android certainly isn't issue-free but for me, it's not a difficult decision to stay on a 'droid.