I like both!
I mean, my current comic is very much a modern setting Fantasy story, complete with social media and stuff, but that doesn't mean I wouldn't enjoy making a more classic Fantasy.
I guess I do tend to lean more towards Fantasy with a higher tech level, like the Final Fantasy series, over classic... but that's more because people tend to be a little more inventive with it; you're more likely to see something unique. People who do medieval Fantasy often get a bit lazy with it; it's not well-researched, they just use all the same visual tropes, and it's always kind of... like a 20th century American take on vaguely 13th or so Century Western Europe but with modern hairstyles and low waistline clothes and no hats to appeal to a modern reader, and the castles always look just... meh, like the person has never actually walked around a castle and just grabbed a 3D model of one.
Plus a lot of the time, the writer really doesn't seem to have thought through how the things magic can do in their setting would affect social and technological development. Like you'll get a setting where it's not uncommon for people to be able to shape stone or soil, and then the houses are made of bricks, it's like...uh... why wouldn't stone shaping become the main method of constructing houses? And that being the case, house building would quickly become a lot more advanced than in medieval times; no longer constrained by access to cranes or the material for mortar, or the need to source, quarry, cut and transport the stone, or to manufacture bricks. This would also probably cause advances in fortifications, mining and metal forging... before you know it, this medieval world doesn't look so medieval at all, they're drawing on geothermal energy in their impregnable fortresses and forging high quality steel...
Or a setting where people at random of any sex or gender can develop the ability to shoot fire from their hands that are politically still patriarchies based on a line of inherited power... like...er... excuse me, what's stopping the people who shoot fireballs from just seizing control here? And why if literally anyone might develop the ability to shoot fireballs are all the people in power men? It makes no sense! Shooting fireballs would completely level the playing field because power no longer would belong to whoever is physically bigger, or even who has the best swords and armour due to having the most money; people who shoot fireballs would become the ruling class.
I like well-researched medieval Fantasy, like A Song of Ice and Fire is great, and the original Lord of the Rings movies are fantastic. I think medieval fantasy works a lot better if magic is relatively rare and the world is very dangerous, explaining why people aren't using magic to do more advanced things. Or if, say, there was a big disaster not long ago, making it effectively post-apocalyptic, or maybe there's somebody very powerful keeping magical development suppressed or under tight laws....
I guess what I'm saying is... I don't mind what the tech level is, I just want it to feel like the creator thought about it at least a little bit instead of copying tropes without thinking.