Oh dear. I really hadn't intended to come back here asking what are very probably the stupidest questions, but, but . . . During the sales pitch Husband and I listened to from a very nice man at the local Apple store, it was said that the iPad Pro was rather more of a business device than a leisure device. Its capabilities were considerable. (We were comparing the iPad Pro with the iPad Air 2.) We decided that we might, just, need to make business use of the device at some stage so purchased the Pro, even if it turned out that we used it more for recreational purposes than anything else. Yesterday, having seen a TV travel show which mentioned New England, we decided that as Olde Englanders we ought, perhaps, to go over there and enjoy its obvious delights. Husband, who is still an Android tablet user, did a Google search for the New England tourism authority, found the appropriate website link, and on the NE home page also discovered that a 44Mb brochure was available in pdf form for download. So-oo . . . He sent the web page link to me and today I went to it. When he used his Android tablet to go to that page, a little button called 'Menu' popped up, with a drop down options menu including PDF download. So. He clicked on that and the file downloaded. Done and dusted. Two minutes flat. Into his tablet's Downloads folder for local storage and immediate access.. I tried the same with my new business-optimized iPad Pro. No such 'menu' popped up on the screen I was looking at. No such download facility appeared to be offered by the website. I did fin d a 'save' button but there was no indication if, when or where the pdf brochure had been saved. And when I looked at my iPad Pro again, there seemed to be no folder marked 'downloads' at all. Rather than pester people here, I've tried to fathom out just how I can complete the blazingly simple task of downloading a 44Mb pdf file from a website to my 'business-optimized' iPad Pro. The search results baffle me. Basically, it seems I'm being told that the iPad Pro at £500 cannot download any such file to local storage because there is no local storage (i.e., a 'Downloads' folder) that is accessible to the iPad Pro user. Huh? I've discounted search results whose time / date means they appeared before iOS 9 came out so have found only one result which seems remotely relevant. This says that no, my iPad Pro cannot do what Husband's three year old Android tablet can do in a couple of minutes flat, and that I must instead upload / download or more likely cross-load the pdf file from the website to a Cloud account of some kind which I need to open to get around Apple's inability to let me download what I want to the device I have. I'm really not sure if I understand this, so help would be much appreciated. I'm used to Windows and Android. Until last week, I'd never used an Apple product. Still less this allegedly optimized-for-business device which makes me think that if this is Apple's idea of 'optimization', it might like to look at what I used to be able to do with Windows 98. . .