Not sure what those are.*Wiglets.
Not until hell freezes over.*Custom themes.
See above.*Youtube back as a default app.
What's wrong with the way the folders function now?*Folders with windows rather than seeing all the apps.
There's an app for that.*More social networking integration.
Could cause bad things to happen. But granted, it's not totally unreasonable.*Ability to delete default apps.
I think a more likely option would be to move apps like Stocks, Passbook and such to the App Store and continue to have the necessities such as Phone, Mail, Messages and Music being non-removable.Could cause bad things to happen. But granted, it's not totally unreasonable.
Nope they didn't forget anything. You just don't like that they don't agree with you that these things need to be there*Wiglets.
*Youtube back as a default app.
*Folders with windows rather than seeing all the apps.
*More social networking integration.
*Ability to delete default apps.
Agreeing with everything here. From the iOS standpoint, the number one area for improvement which did not materialise was the input.The greatest omission is that of a proper input system (read: SwiftKey Flow / Swype / T9 / SlideIt)! iOS keyboard doesn't come anywhere near any of these.
There are less significant ones, too (such as a lack of 3G switch in the Control Panel), etc., but really, the lack if a proper keyboard would be my main gripe.
Next on my list would be a number of hardware alterations (I know, these have little to do with iOS 7, but in my opinion, they are well overdue), including a 5" screen (no, not just taller!), powerful Stereo speakers (such as those in an HTC One), waterproofing (Liquipel / HZO / NeverWet), 128GB storage and a decidedly improved battery life (enough to get one through two days of non-stop navigation app use. I know, we'll have to wait for this one at least 10 years). And - should it at all be possible, a much larger / more light-sensitive sensor (this one I wouldn't expect to materialise before half a century from now).