So, in about 6 months, the next major iteration of the iPhone OS (probably 4.0) will be revealed (I'm guessing around March; they usually beta test the x.0 releases pretty extensively). What is the point for this?I have an email address to Steve Jobs that he has replied to me before (on the subject of Bluetooth in the iPod touch 1G, remember that?). I'll send this to him when the ideas start to repeat. To get me to add them to the list faster, PM me or give a visitor message. That is the fastest way. Otherwise, post them here. After all, this is a wishlist, however try to keep it to likely things. ___________________________________________ I'll start: Speed: This is something that could be achieved by some simple UI adjustments, for example instituting an SBSetting-like application, for turning WiFi on/off quicker. App Categories: Why can't Apple understand that an iPod with 30 apps is a jumbled mess? The home screen needs better mangement of icons. (iPod touch 3G/ 2G maybe) FM radio: The hardware is there; we want radio. (iPod touch 3G) Wireless N support: The hardware is there, let's get the software supported. (iPod touch 2G/ 3G, as well as iPhone models) Upgraded Bluetooth support: Why is it locked down, Apple? Other ideas, submitted by users. Landscape springboard: Ability to use the Springboard in landscape mode. Wireless Syncing: Wirelessly sync your iTunes library/ information. Improved bluetooth compatibility: Connect to Bluetooth devices (phones, etc...) Improved Voice Control: Ability to launch apps using Voice Control. Spotlight Toggle: Toggle to turn Spotlight search on/off. Efficient Code: Improve speed and overall stability. New Default Apps: Rework the Stocks, Maps, Weather, etc. apps, making them more refined and useful. More info on pg. 6. Syncing with computer via Bluetooth: Sync your iTunes via Bluetooth. Got more? Post them, and I'll add them here. See people? Pretty simple. Be realistic. And keep on subject. Please. And 'No,' I'm not the new Cam. I'm just interested in others opinions on this one, since there aren't many glaring omissions in the firmware this time.