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

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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!

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.

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)?

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.

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?