Let me start by saying that I'm thinking about going Android later this year, so I'm looking at both Google's and Apple's offerings in order to decide on a phone by year's end. With that said, I went into today's keynote with no expectations. While Apple didn't introduce anything extraordinary during today's keynote, I think the new additions to iOS are pretty great overall. I LOVE the new notifications and I'm incredibly excited about the new Siri SDK. Also, while I believe it's embarrassing that iMessage took up like 20 minutes of the presentation, I'll (obviously) use all of its new features. Why wouldn't I? However, there seems to be a lot of dissatisfaction with the MR community and today's keynote. Hey, I totally get it. I don't think Apple is the industry-leading-by-a-mile company that they were a few years ago, but I can't help but feel that we're just expecting too much. We've reached the point now that there is only so much you can do with a smartphone. People seemed to have loved Google's announcement of Allo at their I/O conference, yet people bash the new iMessage (which added all of the features people loved about Allo). Android will be catching up to iOS's quick reply notifications later this year with Android N, yet iOS will be catching up to Android's home screen widgets later this year. It's a back-and-forth on both sides. I think today's keynote was pretty cool. I had no expectations. Your thoughts?