So I see all over the web this common refrain than ooh the iPhone display went from 3.5" to 4" and sarcastically wondering what Apple has been doing the last year or so. But why the focus on the display size? I can't imagine it's more difficult manufacture a larger display. Watching the product launch video there was as as much time spent on the manufacturing process as there was on the new software features. After I watched the video I came away really impressed with how the devices manufactured and the quality and precision in how these devices are made. On the software side however, it was a big 'meh'. That's where I think Apple is being too conservative. I'm not suggesting iOS needs to be radically redesigned but some refinement of the UI would be nice. Yeah it's great Siri can give me sports scores and book reservations But how about more integration with the settings so as an example you could use Siri to turn Bluetooth on or off. Or how about the device automatically turning wifi on/off based on location? I know when I'm at work I'm usually not using the company wifi (especially if I'm, say, streaming Pandora) but anywhere outside of work I want wifi turned on. And I know widgets are a dirty word but had Apple ever discussed why they don't use them? Is it because the're a drain on the battery? Or because they think it's adding too much complexity? And how about custom skins so those of us who hate the skeumorphic design language could switch to something different? Or how about opening FaceTime up to none iOS users? When the iPhone 4 came out didn't Steve indicate that could/would be the case in the future? Of course these are just a few things off the top of my head. For me the hardware, the look and feel of the device is drool worthy but the software is just meh. Anyone else eel that way?