Yes I'll say it widgets, I'd like more quick look information. On my Android phone it's so nice to be able to look at simple information quickly like a news headline an email right on screen without waiting for load times. Static squares are boring, the screen could be used more effectively. And lastly I want a weather app and widget like the iPhone, I'm too lazy to find a good 3rd party weather app. The last one I downloaded didn't have my city so I paid for a useless app.
-The ability to reply to and send texts from the lock screen and from within apps
-Text wrap (my #1 request)
-Turn-by-turn navigation in the stock maps app or an "open in Navigon or TomTom" link in the stock maps app
-Have the folder automatically close after opening an app that's in a folder
-Option for invisible rotation lock
-Time stamps for all texts. They don't have to waste space. We could press and hold a texts that don't normally have a time stamp when we want to view the time.
-Quick toggles for settings
-Multitaskings gestures for things like the flashlight and phone favorites
-X's on by default on the apps in the task switcher and have fully closed apps appear subdued so we can tell which ones are really frozen/running
-Real-time data usage counter when tethering
-More customization options
-The ability to hide/poof stock apps.
Ability to change simple things like colors and remove icon names.
I also want quick replies from lock screen. Bitesms is awesome.
Please allow more room in folders and or folders in folders.
Shortcuts to settings.
If you have used BiteSMS I love the pop up on that where you can reply from lock screen without opening the phone. I know Apple hates Flash but I still want it. And definitely better customization and notification options. I agree with pretty much all that you all have suggested too!
-Pull down toggles for all radios.
-Ability to control which apps run in the background.
-Indicate which apps suspend and which actually run in the background.
-Quick kill for suspended and background apps.
-Folders in folders.
-Turn auto-arrange for home screen off.
-Hide/remove stock apps.
-Turn off Searchlight or make it an app.
-Rename PDF's in iBooks.
-Quick dial icons (like 'Call Me').
-Setting events/reminders by weekday, ie; 1st Friday, 3rd Wednesday or 2nd & 4th Sunday.
-In conjunction with the Carriers, a WiFi VoIP app/setting to make and receive calls using the normal iPhone phone number (my mother has this on a T-Mobile Android phone and uses it a lot).
-Date display in status bar, heck I'd like a DOW indicator (I'm retired a loss track of the day of week sometimes).
-A method to get refunds on apps (for me mainly games) when distributors rerelease a game that you've already bought (yeah, Big Fish I'm talking to you) or if you uninstall within 24/48 hours (we should'nt have to pay for crap).
The mail app needs a lot of work. For example, it really needs an easy way to send group emails. I recently switched my 73-yr-old father from an 8-yr-old Windows XP laptop to an iPad. How much did it suck when he called up in a panic, unable to do this simple task for his golf group that comprises approximately 40% of his total computing activities? A lot. Septuagenarians really don't dig "workarounds".