Am I the only one who is thoroughly underwhelmed by iOS7? I've been living with this (much-heralded) update to my iDevices operating system for a few weeks now, and - try as I might - I really can't name a single thing I really like about it. Lets start with the obvious: Battery life suddenly took a huge leap off a cliff. All of a sudden I find I need to recharge my iPad every day-and-a-half, rather than twice a week. Watch a couple of Netflix shows and start looking for the wall wart. Now for the not-so-obvious: I now need to enter an unlock code to start using my iDevice. During the update process I got conned into asking for this "feature", and I have (so far) not found a way to remove it. Lets be very clear: if my iPad is lost or stolen, I really don't think a 4-digit "unlock" code is going to provide any meaningful security protection. All this does is waste a couple of seconds of my time every time I wake my iPad. Boo! I tried using AirDrop. My mom's iPad was right there. I managed (once) to share a couple of photos with her. But - even though I had total access to her machine - for whatever reason my iPad didn't show up on hers. Something either works 100% of the time, or its useless. summary: Yes, some of the original skeumorphism in iDevices was not good. Game Center, for one, was perfectly horrid. But iOS7 seems to have stripped out a lot of the "Appleness" and replaced it with something I'm having a very hard time indeed warming up to. Jonny Ive, I expected more from you.