"The guy here is comparing several features of the Iphone 6, to multiple Android devices???"
He's only comparing the iPhone 6 to the Android devices that were the *first* to have them. To use your analogy, it's more like BMW unveiling a car with the new features of air conditioning, cruise control, and built in navigation and then pointing out that Packard first installed A/C in 1939, the first car with modern cruise control was the 1958 Imperial, and the first car with factory navigation was the 1990 Acura Legend. In the mean time, *everybody* except BMW in this example has integrated those features for years. Even though he compared this one iPhone with multiple Android devices, you'd almost be hard pressed to find an Android from the last year that didn't have all of them in it's one package.
"Wouldn't it be a boring world if everyone was carrying an HTC ONE?
Wouldn't it be a boring world if everybody's favorite color was blue?..."
That's one of the biggest points Android lovers have. You can get a Samsung Note 4 with it's huge screen, an HTC One Remix with it's smaller screen, a Moto X with it's customizable shell, a Droid Maxx with its huge battery, a Kyocera Torque that's been ruggedized, etc... With current models you have screen size options of 4, 4.5, 4.7, 5, 5.2, 5.5, 5.7, 6. Meanwhile with the iPhone you've historically been free to choose what? To get one or not? Then you got to choose a black one or white one. Now they've gone all the way up the option of 2 screen sizes; 4.7 and 5.5.
The reason so many Android users get tweaked with Apple is the recurring and aggravating tendency of them and their users to claim recycled tech and features as original inventions. If you hit them with prior examples in the Android world you always get the spiel that Apple does it *so* much better. With that attitude, it's kinda fun to point and snicker at them when they get wound up and peeing all over themselves with excitement when they're given features we've enjoyed for years.