Several threads seem to be dominated by people noting their disappointment with the iPhone 6s (Often stated along the lines of hey, you mean it's only it's only much faster, with a better front camera, better back camera, more RAM and new interface features? How lame!) Similarly, when asked to state what they expect out of an iPhone 7, the biggest item mentioned is a physical redesign. Which is... fine, I suppose. Though the focus of several posters seems to be "a physical redesign so no one will mistake me for not having the latest model." Which is... kind of pathetic, actually. But here's the thing. An iPhone 6s is fast, has a beautiful display, a fantastic camera, good battery life, is so thin that it strains material science to keep it intact, and contains a thousand wonders to which we've already become inured. (It reads my fingerprints, securely stores my credit cards, and runs a million apps? How last year.) So... what's left? What could you do with a phone at this point that wouldn't bring cries of "yeah, so what?" When what we have is so good, are there features remaining that would make you break out the tent so you could wait outside the local Apple store as in days of yore?