1 Find my iphone (or now find my mac). It's been around for a while now, and it's just as pointless now as it ever was. Yeah it'll let you know if you left your iphone somewhere, but if someone finds it (which they inevitably will) all they need to do is reset it, remove the sim and bye bye iphone. You've got as much chance of getting it back as if you just locked it and sent a text saying 'please give me my phone back'. Most people are scum and wouldn't return it. Same goes for find my mac, anyone with even a little technical know how would just reformat it and it's gone. They need some sort of mechanism that stops you resetting a phone without your itunes password or some other form of authentication. 2. Siri. Pure novelty. Dictating an email or text is horrifically badly implemented, one mistake and you need to restart the entire message from the beginning. Only america has it tied to any location services so far, so anywhere else in the world it's quite limited. The voice recognition is also quite lacklustre, even with clear diction and proper annunciation you'll only get about 90% accuracy at best (with optical conditions, no background noise etc). As for intelligence in following a conversation, that is also quite poor, and also really buggy (yes I know it's a 'beta'). And why on earth does it need to connect to the internet to play a song from my library? Siri, like facetime will be a short lived novelty item that most people don't use very often. I find it hilarious apple don't bring it to their other devices too, if they're actually serious about it. iMessage and notification centre are welcome additions, it's just a shame apple has chosen to go for gimmicks this time around.