Well, that was easy
Widgets - You're wrong. They don't always poll, and can (depending on the developer) perform updates only while the device is already awake / using the network.
Customisation - This is bullshit. You complain you spent hours making your homescreens look like Feedly, then complained that it moved around too much, like Feedly. What. Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
Notifications - The menu to hide an apps notifications is not hard to find, you can long-press on the notification and go straight to it. You are lazy.
'That Grid' - This again, is just wrong. You've clearly not tried enough launchers that change the experience (but are apparently annoyed with how much customisation you can do - see above)
Uniformity - You're using the wrong apps. I have about 3 out of more than 200 apps that still use legacy menu, and they are power-user apps.
'Your needs' - You didn't give enough time and put in enough effort to reap the benefits of finding a setup that works for you. You are lazy, thus appreciate the defaults that iOS gives you.
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