Hey everyone. After the disappointing iOS 6 I was thinking what iOS 7 could bring that would make iOS great again. Then I realized one thing: iOS is aiming for a certain population, the general crowd thats not tech savvy. Under Scotts supervision iOS has not change too much over the years. The refinement of iOS has been primary targeted to this general public, who dont need file explorer, bluetooth or wifi file transfers, real multitasking, etc. Thats why we keep seeing new features like iMessage, VIP emails, Passbook, facetime over 3G, facebook and twitter integration, reject calls with SMS, etc. This kind of features are awesome for the general consumers. Thats what they use most. But what about people like us that are more tech savvy and want more power? I really miss having a file explorer, for example, to manage my files, folders, copy and move files, etc. Or an easy way to transfer files between iOS devices, like from an iPhone to an iPad. The basic way for photos is email, which clearly shows my point: the general consumer wont use BT for file transfer, they will use email. So all of this makes me think we will never see features for the hardcore users included in iOS. They wont add real multitasking because of battery life and such. What do you guys think? I understand Apples point of view. Most of their income comes from the general consumers. I guess Android is the way to go for those who are more "geeks". Opinions?