I'm slowly getting used to iOS 7, and just as I start thinking that I'm liking it, I come across an app that still uses the old keyboard from iOS and as I type on it, this feeling of relief comes over me, like "Ah, buttons. Real buttons." Maybe it's the thinness of the font on the new iOS 7 keyboard, maybe it's more the fact that when you press a key, it only fades a little, there's no obvious color change when you tap it such as in iOS 6... but either way, I was shocked at how much I relied on all the "skeumorphic" buttons. I thought I didn't like iOS 7 just because it was just a new design and that I just had to get used to change, but I'm slowly starting to realize just how brilliant iOS 6 was, just how many things it got right "out of the box", just how much I depended on those intuitive, clearly-defined buttons that felt touchable, tappable, real. And I also realized just how much work had gone into iOS 6, how much engineering, and design, and graphics... all of that, all of those refinements, tossed out the window in a matter of months.