Well, looks like Apple is fragmenting even further with iOS7, not because it has to happen, but because they want it to. Forces people to keep buying a new iPhone or iPad to get the latest features. Remember Siri? Apple claimed the 4 couldn't handle it, but that was pure crap. Now we have iOS7 and here is what you will and won't get if you don't have the latest and greatest I device: This doesn't even show older iDevices, which were abandoned on iOS4. Here is what you can expect with this latest fragmentation: Quote from Redmondpie.com "The new AirDrop, which makes its way over to iOS having proved a hit on the Mac, is a treat reserved for those in ownership of a brand new iOS device. So the iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad mini and 5th-gen iPod touch. Do we think the iPhone 4S could cope with this new feature? Without a shadow of a doubt; and while Apple will claim the slightly older brother of the iPhone 5 will not be able to offer the kind of AirDrop experience intended, we can see through the bull. iri is only available to the aforementioned devices along with the iPhone 4S and iPad 3, while Panorama will only work on the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, and the very latest iPod touch. Filters in the Camera app, which essentially brings Instagram to iOS devices, will only be compatible with the iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5G, but filters for photos (i.e., after shot filter application) will extend to the iPhone 4 / 4S and the iPad 3/4. Overall, I think some will be left feeling a bit short changed, but so is the culture we live in. Whether you or I like it or not, devices have a shelf life of one year, and after that, youll quickly find support begins to dwindle as companies look to push consumers into purchasing new devices. Ching!"