Hear me out. iOS is great, but it feels unfinished. I wish Apple would just fix what they've already put out there before introducing new things. Siri- For me, it hasn't worked as advertised from the start. It only understand's me sometimes and when it does, it takes forever to load. I also don't understand why it needs an internet connection for everything. It's not necessary for dictating a message, asking the time, setting reminders, ect. iCloud- Sometimes files sync, other times they don't. It's really inconstant. I haven't had any problems with photosteam though. Passbook- There has to be a better way to use this. Right now, I have to dig through each app to find the option to add the pass. I don't know what the fix is, but there has to be a better way. Customization- I know I know the typical answer for this on this forum is "get an Android," but is it really too much to ask for simple settings toggles in notification center? Why can't I hid newsstand, ect, ect. Maps- Enough said right? I thought it would be a lot better and I couldn't have been more wrong. The absence of public transportation POI's is puzzling. I guess flyover is cool, but I prefer street view (which I know is not coming back). It will get better over time, but for now like Siri, it is an unfinished product. I'm sure there's more and I'm probably forgetting some. I think Apple is trying to run before they can walk with iOS. I wish they just stepped back and said woah, lets fix what doesn't work before we release anything new. Additions: Mail Attachments- Good thought MastahRiz. For something so simple, it's ridiculous how many steps it takes to add an attachment in an email. Exchange events- This has become so troublesome that IT professionals are advising not updating to iOS 6. Would it be that difficult for Apple to release 6.0.1 a few days after the debut of iOS 6 to fix it? Notification center- just realized I can't attach a picture to a tweet from notification center.