1. Integration of iPhone GPS with law enforcement. Imagine you're in serious trouble or you come across an accident and you either need the police quickly or don't know where you are (you could look at iPhone GPS but you can't always stay on the phone or describe the location perfectly). Apple should work to incorporate GPS with police forces, but it can only be activated by the user, and police can quickly converge on your location when you need it. 2. Ability to configure 3G, Wi-Fi, and battery options from the top of the home screen. It's quite annoying to go to settings everytime to turn off 3G/Wi-Fi/Bluetooth. We should be able to touch the 3G icon and there should be a small drop down menu with different options for Wi-Fi, 3G, and Edge. Then for battery, when you click it, you should be able to put the phone in a power saving mode and turn off things like Location Services, Bluetooth, etc. 3. This has been mentioned across many websites already, but MobileMe should allow more flexibility with the FindMyiPhone feature. First, you can't turn it off without a passcode on a phone, and it should give a real time DOT, not a big circle that must be constantly refreshed, and then law enforcement can track it from there (you might say this is unnecessary but who wants to deal with what could be an gang member for instance?). I also think that Apple should allow anyone to use the service for a day for a one time fee of $10 a day because a lot of people might actually need it and wouldn't pay $100 to find the phone because they'll just buy a new iPhone, which I guess would make Apple more money but I don't think Apple should look at it that way. 4. Custom backgrounds for the home screen and the ability to control landscape on the home screen as well as how many apps you can have per page. What do you guys think? Should Apple definitely focus on these features for future iPhone OS versions and/or future iPhone models?