Okay, let's actually look at that list shall we?
ApplePay - Google Wallet has been working for years
Lightning Cables - inferior to USB (e.g. no 1080p video), the only novelty being that they are reversible
iPad Mini - copy of all the other small tablets
Touch ID - okay, laptops had this for years but it was new on phones
Lager screens - copy of every other popular phone
iOS7/8 - wow, they keep developing software, no one else does that. Also, iOS7 wasn't exactly a design tour-de-force.
AppleWatch - smart watches are hardly new, and it isn't even out yet, and the interface looks unwieldy and crap
Healthkit - everyone else has been doing this for years, and doing it better with NFC (e.g. Omron products). Even Apple promoted the iPhone 5 as having a CPU with features to support low power health monitoring.
Homekit - copied all the other smart thermostats and energy monitors
iCloud - lol, really? Hardly new and woefully insecure.
64 bit - okay, first on a phone, but even so the iPhone 5S wasn't actually any faster than a Nexus 5 costing about 1/3rd as much and it only had 1GB of RAM, so hardly a massive achievement
Family Sharing - everyone has been doing that for years