We've started discussing our wish list for iOS 8, but as with previous iterations of iOS, wish lists can often result in pie in the sky like ideas that will never come to fruition. iOS 7 was a major overhaul of the OS, so it'll be years before we see any big changes. It's time to put our realistic glasses on. Putting your hopes and dreams aside, what are your actual expectations for iOS 8. If you were in Vegas, betting it all, what would you list as sure things for iOS 8. Here's my list, based on rumors and such: Healthbook is going to be the big tentpole feature. This will be front and center. Cook will admit fault with Maps and praise the team for delivering the best mapping solution available. Major new capabilities for Siri Changes to iCloud, possibly making storage pricing more competitive Increased stability throughout the OS. Faster, smoother. GameCenter will be removed, replaced by iTunes Radio Buttons introduced in iOS 7.1 will get fixed, so they don't look like crap. New wallpaper! Nothing says new operating system like new wallpaper. Announcement of 200 improvements and features -- most of which will be small. When grouped together, a nice overall upgrade. I've set my expectations low. Healthbook is a major initiative and there's plenty to fix from iOS 7. I see iOS 8 as when Apple takes the time to polish their OS. So real world expectations for iOS 8? What do you think?