Sometimes, I just feel like I am missing out on a lot. I am not a fan of social media, so twitter/facebook integration is wasted on me. Nor have I a need of maps (which actually turned out to be a mixed blessing given the recent Maps fiasco). Rarely ever FaceTime (though it did come in handy as a free alternative to expensive overseas calls when I was abroad). Siri is fun at times, but not very practical as she still has problems understanding what I say (eg: keeps interpreting "wake me up at 5.30 as ...5.50". That and I am still quite self-conscious of speaking aloud to my phone in public. Passbook still isn't supported much (and the services so far aren't relevant to my interests. Shared photostream - not really a photos person, so don't really take much photos, much less share them with others. That call-decline with sms feature gets used a lot less than I envisioned. Rarely ever in a situation where I need to decline calls. It's like...these are often touted as the key selling points/strengths of IOS, yet I find them really useful or relevant to my life. What I do use are safari, email, whatsapp/imessage, airplay mirroring, alarm, mutitouch gestures, iworks for ios, dropbox, notifications, goodreader and a few games here and there. What about you? How extensively is the iphone a part of your life?