I love Apple products. They are the gold-standard in innovation, design, and simplicity. While others are quick to release buggy features on their smartphones- Apple tries to perfect them before integrating them into their OS. The problem is that integration curve is hard to wait for as an early adopter. Apple needs to learn to adopt new features as they go and perfect them one at a time. Instead of grand releases with hundreds of new features there should be a more gradual/organic integration process. We should move and grow with the iPhone in a give-and-take fashion. Apple could get feedback on new iconography for example, and the icons could evolve over time. When the iPhone was released it was a watershed moment - the world changed. There isn't going to be another moment like that until something fairly huge happens - holograms? Who knows? As fans of the iPhone we all wish that fantastic moment would come sooner than later but in the meantime we need to have an open dialogue with Apple to help steer the direction of the product as a community/family. Apple can and should lead, but the world is different now. Now we have two-way communication with Apple and Apple needs to capitalize on that channel of feedback, via social media. It is Apple's job to innovate and push the boundaries. They just need to learn to do so in a manner that puts them back out front, respecting their existing customers and exciting their new ones. It is Apple's time to think different.