So I got my beautiful 64gb silver/white iPhone 5S today, set it up, got it working, got all the apps/music/settings from my old 4S on the new 5S, and my email doesn't work with my gmail account (my primary email). It's still working great on the old iphone. I get a message saying "Cannot Get Mail - The Connection to the Server Failed." Still works on my iPad as well... only my new iPhone 5s can't connect to the server. I found out that as of January, new devices can't work with Gmail as an exchange server. I have to have crappy old POP. No more push. When I delete an email on my ipad it will no longer delete it on my iPhone, and vice-versa. At best I can check my email every 15 minutes now. All because google wanted to sabotage non-Android iOS. This is so horribly disappointing. The functionality of the new iPhone has been diminished because of google. I didn't believe it at first, but I spoke to someone who would know and he confirmed this is what's going on. I guess my battery will last a bit longer without PUSH email, but that's not a silver lining that will justify this crap. Apparently this has happened to anyone who got a new iphone since January 30th. Does anyone know ANY way around this? Apparently there's a Gmail app for the iphone that you can use, but I won't give them the satisfaction and Apple should ban it from the app store. Other than this, the new iphone is wonderful, but i just lost what i considered an important, very useful feature. I've also lost a lot of respect for google.