Use the link for the hardware you're using. For example, if you have feedback about iOS on iPhone, tap the iPhone option.
Not anymore it doesn't. It works only if you're using the same device you were using when they disabled it. As soon as you switch devices, you'll lose the push feature. Promise.
Happened back in January. See here: http://googleblog.blogspot.ca/2012/12/winter-cleaning.html I found out the hard way when I essentially replaced my iPhone 4s with an iPad Mini. I was a little distressed.
Google gave free ActiveSync (Google Sync) accounts to millions of people for years. That's not evil.
From what I can gather, the most likely problem is that the license price went up. That meant Google couldn't give the accounts away any more.
I'm glad I had it, and I'll sure miss it, but I don't think I was magically entitled to it for nothing.
No, you are incorrect. Google announced months ago that they would no longer offer push support for iOS devices unless you get a business account, which costs $50+ per year, does not allow you to keep your existing email address, and is subject to the same privacy intrusions and obnoxious advertising that Google is well known for.