Tonight, on the iMore show...!

The iMore show returns tonight to with all the iPhone 5, iPad mini, and iOS 6 talk that's unfit to print. (Which is pretty much why we just say it out loud.) Got a question you want answered? Leave it in the comments below, send it to podcast@imore.com, or tweet it to us with #imoreshow. Got it? Good! Join us LIVE at 6pm PT, 9pm ET, 2am BST. Set an alarm. Bookmark this page. Be here.

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Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, The TV Show, Vector, ZEN & TECH, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Daspoo says:

Here's a question - I heard so much prior to iOS 6 release that Apple was going to include Amber Alerts within it. Was that done, b/c it doesn't seem like anyone has mentioned it again since the list of features was released? Thanks guys - have a great show!

Byzantium says:

I'd like everybody on the show tonight to give their honest opinion of the skeuomorphism of iOS6 and all of the Apple-made apps that go along with it.

I really don't like the direction Apple is going with that. It's a cheap way to appeal to human emotion as well as avoid making a modern, innovative UI.

Bartoge says:

Why do you think that Apple keeps separating tools into new, free apps but then not including them preinstalled on iOS devices (ie. iBooks, Podcasts)?

randallwetzig says:

Could you talk about the iPhone 5 gathering more pocket lint? Is anyone else experiencing this? Every time I take it out of my pocket, it's really dusty? I had a 4 before, and the 5 seems to be way more linty.

duffman_54 says:

There has been much debate about whether an iPad Mini would have a Retina display. Would Apple even bother with an iDevice that's not Retina capable? Wouldn't that be a step backwards? I understand the technical reasons for not doing a Retina iMac (as sweet as it would be) but to release a new iPad that's not Retina to accommodate a certain price point doesn't sound like Apple. If they can't make their usual high margin on hardware, wouldn't they just not do it at all?