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Well, my spouse and I both have iPhone 4S models, and we haven't seen the problem.  For what it's worth.
I heard elsewhere that you'd now be able to zoom in and out when shooting video footage. Ain't happening - at least on my iPhone 4S.
 Hmmm, I have both my Weather and Voice apps after the upgrade.  Look to see that they didn't end up as a second page in one of your "Groups" (which is another cool feature - multi-page groups).
Apple designs and builds these phones as if they were precision Rolex-style watches, but most folks I know immediately cover them up with a rubberized protective cover.  A gold vs. silver vs. "space gray" finish?  With my iFrogz cover, you wouldn't see any of it.
I predict that thieves / pickpockets will add a new tool to their arsenal - a pair or sharp garden shears. Just snip off the digit of a victim, and have access to their phone and much more.
A rear-facing camera to boot!
I use Excel for my home finances, so I gave the web version of Numbers a try. First I tried to drag over a file saved as an Excel binary workbook (.xlsb). Numbers didn't recognize it as an Excel file. I then tried another file saved as an Excel workbook (.xlsx). That transferred fine.
Reno should change it's handle from "The Biggest Little City in the World" to "Detroit of the West." Now that Indian casinos are everywhere, Downtown Reno is like a ghost town.
That's why I used a Canon PowerShot as an example.  It's not that much bigger than a phone, and I'd carry it on me in exactly the same way as I do my current iPhone 4S.  Don't get me wrong, what Apple can do with the current iPhone camera is superb, but in so many instances I find it lacking (such as a lack of zoom for videos).  Everything's a tradeoff in life.  I'd gladly tradeoff a little more width and heft for a smartphone with a much better camera.  Sure, it's not...
Apple should make a camera smartphone that's more camera than phone.  Call it the iPhone Photo, or whatever.  Give it a real optical telescopic lens.  Sure, it would be "fatter," but something the size of a Canon Powershot SX260 or so would be manageable for me and probably lots of others.
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