Okay, so why can't regular iPhone, iPhone 3G, or iPod touch users have the battery percentage? I mean, it's such a small feature... I can't imagine that Apple is trying to get people to buy the iPhone 3GS just to have battery percentage. Now, I know that some people say that the battery isn't as accurate on the iPhone/iPhone 3G so having the percentage would only anger people because they'd think their battery is bad. If that is truly the case, then why are there a handful of apps on the App Store that show the iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPod touch battery percentage? If Apple really wanted to block that feature, they wouldn't allow those applications to run on the non-3GS hardware. So my question is... why leave out such a tiny feature? It boggles my mind. By the way, check out an app called "Battery Fluid". It's like those beer apps, but instead of filling up with beer, you see how much battery fluid you have. It also shows the percentage.