My point is that most people would have wanted the Ipad to replace the conventional laptop and desktop. Ipad has it's limitations too. Even a BT cruiser cant compare to a home.
Yes Ipad has it's limitations and I came aware of them before I bought that device. Honestly if I want it to work like a laptop all I have to do is jailbreak it but that is besides the point. And while iPad is crippled there is no reason and again NO reason to cripple it's software. Pages is intentionally crippled by apple and people have 100% right to be dissatisfied with it. Personally I have given pages 4/5 because I don't care about saving to google docs but I can completely understand users who gave it a big zero!
The real issue is that the iPad is not a full fledged computer and people will always complain when it doesn't do everything that a full computer does. Even my netbook with a fast hard drive and 2 GB of ram slows down when I am dealing with medium to large spreadsheets. But there will always be people that think they should be able to manipulate 10,000 cell spreadsheets just like they do on their computer.
At this time I am more concerned that the 10,000+ cell spreadsheet opens and runs as quickly on the Ipad as it does on my Windows phone. In my case 525,000 cells. (35,000 rows, 15 columns, no formulas or merges, just data). About 7 seconds to load on my phone but I can also multitask and keep it running in the background for instant access. This answer to this question is my #1 roadblock to purchasing the Ipad. Anyone game to test the file for me?