Since the reveal of iOS7, there have been discussions about one OS copying another OS. I'm not sure why that matters. In a court of law it'll matter when patent trolls go hunting. But in the eyes of the consumers (not the fanboy), who the hell cares? Seriously. There are so many awesome features out there, why not copy them. We are at a time where there are less and less "wow moments" at these unveilings. Until we start seeing stuff like extremely flexible screens and other hardware, this is where we'll be for the next 3-5 years at the least. I have to say I was a little surprised at the crowd oohing and awing at the reveal of iOS7. There was nothing new to the industry that was shown. I think it was a great update for iOS users, but nothing great in general. There's always gotta be a first, and then the rest jump in. All the while improving feature after feature. I think it's extremely obvious where the influences (WebOS, Windows Vista, Android, Touchwiz, Sense) came from for the look of iOS 7. But that's a good thing. It brought a lot of much needed functionality to iOS. So if you just relax and take a second to think about it, do you really care whether anyone copies anyone else?