Hi, Just tried out IOS7 for the first time today and think its 1 step forward and 2 steps back. The main backwards step is how difficult it is to read a lot of the UI.. Text is so thin and light that for anyone (like me) with less that 20-20 vision, it's much more difficult to read than it was in IOS6 - even with the high contrast option and the bold turned on. You can make text bigger for SMS & contacts, but even so its just a wall of white with black text on it. For emails, the little text number icon telling you how many messages you have unread is very difficult to see and easily missed - and that's meant to be a bullet point! For someone like me who has 6 email addresses, its MUCH more difficult to see which accounts have unread messages. Likewise with the contacts. In IOS6 you have a nice, clear, blue dividing line between each letter, but that's been replaced with...you guessed it...white with a black letter showing when the alphabet changes. All these changes would be fine...if they were optional but they are not...they are mandatory. Don't get me wrong I'm not registered blind or anything, but I don't want to have to struggle just to read something that need not be difficult to read. Its the same for the phone keypad and keyboard in text messaging too. All thin black on plain white. Ironically the easiest keyboard to read in IOS7 is the one presented when you do a search using spotlight. If all future iPhones are to have this UI, I genuinely believe it will stop being a viable option for many (like me) with less than perfect eye sight, who would otherwise be happy iPhone users. It certainly stops me considering a new iPhone, which is real shame as I love them and have owned one since they first came out. Apple's obsession with making everything difficult to read (grey on grey icons in finder in OSX and now ultra thin low contrast in IOS), has finally cost them a customer. Not through desire, but through necessity. I simply cannot read their phones easily any more - madness!