I've been thinking that, while these are the iPhone's most requested new features, multitasking and widgets may not actually work well on the iPhone for the moment. That video which was recently released and showed widgets as more of a folder style feature could work, but the Android version of widgets and multitasking would be devastating to the battery. The iPhone was never designed to run multiple tasks the way Android was. It's a completely different take on things. So many Android phones these days require batteries of over 2000mah to ensure the phone is able to last a day. In some cases even that isn't enough. And while their large screens contribute, they don't contribute so much that they become the only reason for a large battery. I'm worried if Apple tries to cram too much if this into their new OS that older models will suffer since their batteries are so small. It'll be fine for newer models if they manage to increase the battery size, but everyone with a plain 5 and below will run into problems. I honestly don't believe widgets and multitasking will come to the phone the way everyone wants them to. Maybe one day, but not now.