I don't mean from a speed perspective in the sense that the current-generation iPhone isn't fast enough. I just mean that all the things we used to do just take longer. For example: 1.) Multitasking takes longer to initiate after you double-press the home button. It's not as instant to bring up your open apps as it used to be. 2.) Hitting the home button to close an app also has a delay before anything happens. 3.) Going into a folder is also slower than it used to be due to the new animation, and now you can only have 9 apps vs the old 16 (16!!), so it's just more work to get to those extra apps. 4.) With the bottom bar in Safari now missing, it takes an extra step to bring up your bookmarks. Either scroll up or press the bottom of the screen to bring up the menu. Either way it's slower than it used to be! 5.) You get a piece of spam in your mail inbox. How do you delete it? Swipe to the left and hit "Trash." In iOS 6 it was SUPER quick to swipe and delete. I could do it REALLY fast. Now? You have to swipe, WAIT for the animation to finish before you hit "Trash." If you press "Trash" before it finishes its animation, it simply closes the option. Everything just seems far more relaxed than the instantaneous nature of iOS 6. I like iOS 7 in general. Some things really need to go (like the obnoxious and nigh-on impossible to read green bar at the top of the screen when you're on a call), but generally it's good. It just takes quite a bit of getting used to when everything you used to do just takes that much longer to do.