Is there anyone here besides me who really dislikes iOS 7's faux vintage color palette and faux vintage photo filters? I'm not voicing an opinion for or against flat design. This is not about flat design versus skeuomorphism. What I am against is that the color palette that comprises the iOS 7 icons looks like someone took a screenshot of a normal iOS home screen and then uploaded it to Instagram. It's very hipster looking. Do we really need such faux retro crap? In addition, why did Apple feel the need to include filters on the iOS 7 app? Filters have got to be the worst thing ever to happen to digital photography. Instead of seeing the most genuine reproduction of a real-life image that the iPhone's camera is capable of producing, millions of people will now destroy their photos' data by adding a faux vintage filter to their picture. Do we really need more of this already massive and tasteless hipster trend?