Now, a little background. I keep an eye on speculation and supposed leaks regarding Apple products that I'm considering. I'm not a first-adopter and by no means an fan-boy. I know what I'm looking for and if rumours turn out to be true, I tend to buy at launch. iPod touch - I wanted the retina display, so as soon as the 4th gen was released, bingo! iPad - Again, I was holding out for the retina display after it wasn't on the iPad 2. 3rd Gen got it, bingo! Apple TV - 1080p? yes please Mr Apple TV 3rd Gen, bingo! iPhone - didn't want to be too precious with it, not a power user, so plastic cased 5C released - bingo! Now the iPad 3rd gen battery is deteriorating and iOS 8 is only just about bearable. Although 32Gb was fine in 2012, I'm now constantly juggling space. Therefore, this year we'll be getting a new iPad, and I've been rumour watching. I really like the form factor of the iPad Mini. If there's a mini 4, which is slimmed-down and pumped-up internally then I will be seriously interested. In comparison to my iPad 3rd Gen, the Air 2 is just light-years ahead. So yes, if there's an Air 3 with even fairly meagre upgrades (A9 and maybe force-touch), I will be interested. Now the rumoured iPad 'Pro'. This does seem very appealing. I'm about to go self-employed. Rumoured acurrate stylus support would suit my line of work perfectly. A larger screen would be great for admin etc too. Portability may be an issue, as I would need to carry it around to client meetings. So I guess my question for you all is this. Anyone else in a similar situation? You know you will probably want a new iPad this October/November, but until Apple reveals their line-up, you're completely lost? I suspect Apple are probably in a similar situation. They know they need to breathe some new life into the iPad line, but they're not sure the best way to do so.