A lot of people are calling for iOS to undergo some major visual overhauls, claiming the iOS is boring and stale. iOS is as simple as a smartphone OS can get, and it follows Apples minimalist aesthetic. I have my app icons, and menu's. That's all I need, to access my content and execute tasks. Compare OSX Leopard (2007) to Mountain Lion (2012). Visually almost the same. The updates, improvements, and new features are under the hood. If OSX changed into Windows 8, i'd be quite disappointed. The last thing iOS needs is to become bloated with high overhead. I love the look of animated wallpapers and widgets, but I always disabled them on my phone because I wanted more battery life and performance. I say keep iOS as barebones as possible. My iPhone 5 is very snappy, and i'd hate for that to change. The recent trend of people installing vanilla android on their new phones reflects this preference. Do I want Touchwiz on my iPhone? Not really. If people are bored with the look and want something new to look at, they are perfect candidates for an Android phone. But to expect Apple to adopt their style is a bad idea. I think the dynamic between iOS and Android is great. Two totally different choices and design philosophies to pick from. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.