Everyone already knows how the original iPhone changed the face of mobile forever. From the initial buttonless design, to the operating system, and the way we interact with our phones. But I think the iPhone 4/S will go down in history as one of the most iconic devices of our time. While the 4S brought mainly internal upgrades, the iPhone 4 was truly revolutionary in every way imaginable. Retina Display: It's taken it's competitors this long to "best" the iPhone 4 display in terms of resolution, and pixel density. A truly amazing feat of technology by Apple that no one saw coming. FaceTime, and the front facing camera: I saw many people(mainly on forums, twitter, and the blogsphere) claim this feature was a gimmick. Many talked about how phones in Europe have had this feature for years(yet astonishingly no one ever used it!). Now every leading Android, and WP7 smartphone comes with a front facing camera as standard. While limited to Wifi, I think FaceTime has really changed the way a lot of us communicate. iconic design: To this day, I can't seem to find another smartphone from anyone else out there whether it's RIM, Samsung, HTC, or Nokia that has a device that is as beautifully crafted, and as aesthetically pleasing as the iPhone 4/S. Many people dogged on it's leaked design, but revered the final product as Steve Jobs began to put the pieces together at WWDC 2010. I say all of this because when I see the leaked photos of what may or may not be the new iPhone, it just seems like a forced design, and a little bit uninspired. While I trust that Jonathan Ive still has an incredible sense of design, I just feel a little underwhelmed by the pieces of the iPhone puzzle we are seeing at the moment. Seeing the rumored teardrop design that was leaked last year got me really excited about Apple and what's to come again. Here's to hoping the new design, and the new Tim Cook Apple can continue on Steve Jobs legacy as it once was. Thanks for taking the time to read this little rant of mine. I know some will agree, and some may not. This is just something I've been thinking about since some of these major leaks have begun to surface.