This rumor about the thinner full sized iPad with no bezel on the side and only a minimal bezel on the top and bottom (for camera and home button) got me thinking... I don't think we are too far away from the possibility of having zero bezel what-so-ever on an iPad. There are only 3 main problems that I can think of, and I think they all could be resolved. 1) You're holding it wrong. How can you hold something with no bezel?!? Well I think the iPad mini has shown us that it is possible. iPad has already implemented software in iOS to ignore accidental touching on the edges. Also the iPad mini is so small and light already that it's extremely easy to hold it from the sides, or at least with very minimal touching on the screen. And lastly I think Apple could/should make the back side more "grippy" so that someone could more easily lay the thing on an open palm and it wouldn't slide. This obviously works better on the mini, but if the full ipad became as thin and (nearly) as light as the mini then I think it would be possible for it as well. 2) Where's the FaceTime? What about the camera? Well, I don't know how close we are to this possibility from an engineering standpoint but as of July 2007 Apple had been thinking about putting camera's behind displays. This would obviously be a huge improvement for both FaceTime and self pictures. 3) Send me home! I know, I know. There have been many (obviously false) rumors about Apple taking away the home button, but it could certainly be done if Apple ever decided to pull the switch. We already have the multitouch gestures, the sleep/wake button and smartcovers can be used for activating the screen, and I am confident that Apple can figure out a way to perform screenshots... even if it means putting another button (camera shutter? customizable quick key?) on the side of the iPad. I think personally it's a no brainer for the mini. It would be an absolutely awesome device. And I honestly do think that the full iPad could work too, although I admit I'm less convinced.