iOS 6 has been all over the news recently with botched promises and new features (culminating in the new Maps application and the removal of a native YouTube app).
Granted, the YouTube-written app is LOADS better, but nonetheless, iOS 6 has been... underwhelming. Or lackluster, whatever you want to call it. Still, there is one thing that I like about iOS 6:not having to enter my password to update my apps. It might seem like a small thing, but it's the small things that really count.
Of course, I'm not convinced that not having to enter my password makes up for the debacle of Apple's new Maps app.... ah, whatever.
Just some random thoughts, go back about your browsing...