I am curious. Why was design removed from iOS 7? I'm a fan of design and all its elements like style, look, texture, color, tone, etc. I notice almost all of the design is now gone in iOS 7, in favor of a plain, non-designed lack-of-a-look. Can't Apple afford designers? I'm somewhat surprised they would remove design like this, since traditionally, their products are designed. In fact design is usually what they're known for. I feel like the little boy who once noted in Hans Christian Andersen's "The Emperor's New Clothes," that hey, THE DUDE'S NAKED! Apple just went with no design at all, the plainest possible font, white everywhere the design used to be. The only examples of actual design I've seen in iOS 7 are those icons made by the interns in marketing, using Adobe Illustrator 1.0 on a Mac IIsi. I had to check and make sure that iOS 7 wasn't announced on April 1, 1991. My question to you is: how good is Scott gonna look during the #%*storm that will follow the release of iOS 7? I give Tim three weeks max if this gets released looking anything like this. But hopefully he does the smart thing, and hires a few professional graphic designers to make it NOT look like hotmail.com.