Microsoft has posted up the changelog for Windows Phone 8.1 Update on their blog, and although it's not as comprehensive as we'd expect (or like) it gives a great overview for the end user experience.
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The guys at 1800PocketPC have created a detailed concept for Windows Phone 8.1, packing in some requested features while adding polish to the OS. Is this what you'd like to see?