Which "missing" feature do you want the most on the next iPhone? It's written "missing" very deliberately, since specifically we're talking about features that some of the latest competitor devices have brought with them to market recently. Apple doesn't make a habit of 'playing catchup' but there's a bunch of cool stuff out there that a whole lot of us would love to see included in the next iPhone.
Motorola, for example, has recently introduced a handful of devices that all pack some pretty interesting things. The new Droid Maxx, for example, has a great honkin' battery stuffed in the back that promises a full 48-hour battery life. Then, along came their Moto X with an always listening functionality for its voice-controlled, natural language interface. We've previously run polls to gather your thoughts on all of these, but now we want to see how they rank alongside some other cool features.
Back to the Moto X, it also comes with a new, fancy active display that lives on top of the lockscreen. As Android Central's Phil Nickinson describes it:
Easy on the eyes and easy on battery life
It's more than a lockscreen. It puts a whole bunch of information on top of the lockscreen, so you don't need to power up the full display to action your notifications, or see what time it is, and a bunch of other stuff. Honestly, I think it's a fantastic idea.
Then theres OIS (Optical Image Stabilization). Just one of the things Nokia is doing with their pretty impressive smartphone cameras. While on it's own it may not be the be-all-end-all, but there's no questioning the impact it can have on the quality of your camera.
Or, maybe there's something else completely you'd prefer to see Apple include in the next iPhone. Whatever it may be, drop a vote in the poll up top, and share your thoughts with us all in the comments!