In iOS 7, iPhone has a feature known as Frequent Locations located in Notification Center. This is a very convenient feature of iOS 7 because it predicts your daily route based on frequently visited locations (and the order in which you visit these locations, too). It also helps Maps become a better application, too; it uses traffic information and location times to determine how long it would take to reach your next destination. Why isn't this feature on iPod touch? I think that this would be extremely convenient for iPod touch users. These users take their iPod touches with them everywhere they go (I know I do), and having this built-in feature would strengthen the iPod touch's capabilities. Users wouldn't have to rely on third-party apps like Google Search to determine how long it would take them to head to work, school, or other places. Its a small feature that would help the device become more useful. And Apple needs to include a battery percentage icon for iPod touch. People are complaining about that. Even when customers in Apple Stores ask specialists about this issue, they don't know what to say.