I get very frustrated seeing Apple screw themselves, and therefore us loyal customers, again ~30 years later. Did they not learn the first time with Microsoft? I mean, they may have great profits with their 'walled garden', but once the scale starts to tip toward Android, and I think it already has, then the devs will make a b-line to that platform and iOS will take second place or be abandoned altogether leaving Apple's products in the dust and giving us issues like, oh I can't find such and such an app, and intense feature-disparity -- just as we've seen for years between Windows & Mac OS/X. Apple had a perfect opportunity to be on top of this mobile world by making their platform "open" in the sense that Android is open. But I'm afraid due to their greed for profits and control they're quickly losing that opportunity as we speak. And "mobile" is HUGE! iOS may have a zillion apps and devs now, but just watch - that can change real quick. What do you all think??? Oh, and Twitter integration as a main feature of iOS 5? Come on! What a weak thing to pitch as a 'feature' of a major update. If this is all they've got then iOS really is in a death spiral.