I know some of you won't receive this thread the way it's intended to be received, but I'll move forward with it regardless. In order for me to preorder the new iPhone (4.7") tomorrow or before launch I need some things to be revealed at the keynote tomorrow. I'm currently with Verizon and I'm due for my upgrade. Agreeing to a new two year contract worth thousands of dollars in the long run isn't something that should be taken lightly. So I spent a couple days recently researching the two big competitors to the iPhone 6. Mind you, I'm leaving Samsung out because I think the S5 is ugly. The two Android phones I would consider are the LG G3 and the HTC One M8. I'm leaning towards the LG if the iPhone 6 fails to impress tomorrow. I won't get into the iOS versus Android debate because it leads to nothing but arguments. But I can say I've owned both iPhones (4S/5) and a Galaxy S3. Both operating systems have their peaks and valleys. I'll leave it at that. I do, however, find that the build quality of the iPhone is better than 95% of it's Android counterparts. I want to stick with Apple, but for me to do so here's what I need: - A smarter, more intuitive and forward thinking iOS 8 - A better camera with improved flash - Sapphire screen (Not a fan of screen protectors, also not a fan of scratches on my screen) - Wireless Charging (Probably the feature I want most on the next iPhone) -Better battery life (No real complaints about the battery life of my 5, but improvements can, and should, be made whenever possible) - NFC (I want to link my debit card to my phone for fast payments) - An aluminum back that doesn't scratch up so easily when using the phone without a case (The iPhone 5 is gorgeous and looks/feels best when used without a case. However the super easily scratched anodizing on the back of the phone makes it almost necessary to use a case if you want to keep the phone presentable) So, that's my wishlist. I need to see probably 80% of those things talked about tomorrow for me to stick with Apple. If not, there's too many other great options out there to check out. Anybody else in the same boat? If so, what do you need to see to make the jump to the iPhone 6? Or are you buying it regardless of what Mr. Cook has in store for us at the keynote?