Steve Jobs would have never let this out. iOS 7 is so full of little problems and issues in the GM that it makes me sick to think what will happen at release day. Almost all the bugs I reported to Apple throughout the process did not get addressed. Everything from gestures not being recognized during animations, to apps not accepting touches for a second or more after switching apps, to UIPickerView being broken in the latest XCode, UISegmentedView ignoring tint selected in Interface Builder and drawing all messed up, poorly organized preferences for text display (all hidden away in Accessibility three layers deep), default preferences for Location Services and background activity killing batteries, auto-scrolling not working when you try to extend your text selection off the bottom of the screen, moving the insertion point does not place it where you tap (but places it at the end or beginning of a word), apps that were quit on purpose still reopen after restarting the device, background parallax motion looks terrible and only has one layer (and has a noticeable motion detection dead-zone after a period of stillness, causing the effect to be very inconsistent and jerky), new camera app interface is kludgy, you have to double-swipe down in many apps to get to the Notifications Center now (or double-swipe up to get to the Control Center) which is an annoying extra step, there's no way to have an alarm that requires passcode entry to shut off anymore, there's still no way to change brightness from minimum to maximum without using the touch-screen (but if you're in the sun you can't see it at all if the brightness is on minimum, making this a huge pain), white text of the lock screen clock is invisible against white parts of background image... Over-all I like iOS 7 after using it for awhile but IT'S NOT READY FOR FREAKING RELEASE!! FOR CRYING OUT LOUD WHAT ARE THEY THINKING?!