Thread title says it all. Is there anything substantial in this new iOS version that warrants the full version number increment, going from 5 to 6? I mean really, with all the miniscule, buggy and half-baked features that made it into this OS, the only significant thing that comes to mind is the replacement of the Maps app but even that is not something Apple of the past would have gone a full version higher over. Let's see: iOS3->iOS4 ::::: Multitasking, copy&paste, etc. Substantially changed the way the phone was used and the apps were written for it. iOS4-> iOS5 ::::: iCloud, substantially changed the way the phone was set up and the data on it kept iOS5->iOS6 :::::: *crickets* Anyone else annoyed by the bull-headed, marketing-driven decision to call what should have been iOS5.2 "iOS6"?