I am not sure, but I think this is the forum to place this thread, as it is IOS related. I would hope no one would consider this to be unkind toward any posts on here concerning the question I am seeking to understand. That is certainly not my intent. I read daily everything I can find on the I Pad Pro. Of course, it will be operating on IOS 9. While reading the comments and posts in other sites, I constantly read of those who want the I Pad Pro to be an os operated device. They want it to be a full computer I guess is what the desire is. Again, I just do not understand it. They want it to be like other systems out there. I used the "other systems" out there for years, and have no desire to even get close to that system again. IOS and OS are perfect. Now do not get me wrong, I can see the need and place for a fully OS operating system and a computer with trigs of memory. But that has to be a very small percentage. I operate a vinyl sign business from my I Pad air 2. I have no issues at all performing all necessary functions from my I pad, with the exception of, my vinyl cutter requires windows xp for its operation. I invoice, calendar, schedule, all from the I pad. I even get clip art and send it to the windows program. My other business is HVAC. Again, I invoice, run heat loss programs with the use of apps, keep records of all service and installs.....layout duct work........keep spread sheets of all my parts prices and ordering information. I do extensive study and write study papers and prepare many public speaking programs exclusively with my I pad using keynote and pages. I have trouble understanding why IOS is so unsuitable to so many people and they want full os to run on the I Pad. I am not being critical, I would just love to get some feedback with some common sense people. You can not even discuss this off this site. Thanks to those who run the site, so we can have an intelligent conversation. I love the IOS platform. I hope Apple does not put change into IOS. It continues to progress until there is little difference in using the I Pad and my mac laptop. I got to tell you , that with being able to run 2 apps on a screen now is unbelievable. I am even more in love with my I Pad......and I loved it even before. Now with the pen, I can layout signs with the customer on site, make changes, make notes all with the use of the pen. I can lay out my duct work on jobs with the customer, and again make any changes on the full page ability of the I pad pro......wow, only better things are ahead. I hear the question, who is the I Pad Pro for? I can answer that.....electricians, HVAC, plumbers, all the trades of construction......and all working off a simple IOS machine. To me IOS does everything I need, but I do have to do things different verses full os. At first, I had to email what I needed printed. But now with cloud, I no longer need to do that. I have to figure to file on cloud or evernote..,..Yea, you have to do a few things different, but I just do not see the issues When you use an app on I pad, you can download it at a minimum of cost, and you can operate the app almost with little to no training whatsoever. they are simple to use, but do what you want done. Try buying photoshop and see if you can use it out of the package with no training.....no ill intent...that is a good program. It has a lot and takes a lot of time to learn how to use it. And I assure you, it is not 99 cents. So I can take my I Pad with me anywhere I go. and If I am not working with it, I can play music, watch video....etc For me, IOS is a powerful operating system that just flat works. It is simple but powerful. To me, it is all the workhorse I need. Maybe I am a simple minded person using IOS for simple things, but it does all I need and plenty left over. Am I missing something here? I want my I pad to run IOS, and my mac os. One day, they will meet in the middle. If apple is going to create a full os I Pad, then I hope the keep one model with IOS for me.