So got my iPhone 6 Friday after 3 years on Android. Love the smoothness of the OS and find the app experience way better than the same apps on Android but am a bit puzzled about some of the iOS limitations beyond obvious things like widgets on home screen, etc. 1) No third party text messaging apps? iMessage is boring and the only way to change color schemes appears to be to download some poorly-rated third party apps. There are exactly zero third party SMS apps that one can use in place of iMessage. 2) Setting an alarm without vibrate? You can't do that on the stock Clock app. Not a choice. How about downloading a third party alarm? Well, sure, you can do that but if you don't remember to open the app before you go to bed it won't work. And the app won't work in the background if you set to silent or enable Do Not Disturb, which is logical to use when you want to sleep! 3) Change SSID on personal Hotspot? You can't do that. The default is xxxx's iPhone and the only way to change is if you change the whole name of your phone. This is a very basic option on Android. These are just three things I've noticed and I'm somewhat surprised that in 2014 we still have Apple limiting flexibility lime this. These things should be as normal for a mobile OS as the sky is blue but guess not.