We all knew that a new generation of iPhone was coming out, but perhaps my shortsightedness didn't expect it to be as good as it is, with the A4 chip, FaceTime, and most importantly, the Retina Display. As a current owner of an iPad (my wife) and an iPad+3G, the thought has crossed my mind more than once lately on whether or not I just should have passed over the iPad and just gotten the iPhone 4. His statement, "78% of the pixels of an iPad," was icing on the cake for me, especially because I was a bit bummed about the lack of a camera on the iPad. Knowing our luck, it will be on the second-generation iPad with an A5 processor and 512MB of RAM, which could come out as early as this September. I know they're supposed to be in two separate categories of use, as he pointed out, but ever since I sold my iPhone 3GS for the iPad+3G, I've been using my iPad+3G like a supersized iPhone, such that the iPhone 4 may turn my iPad+3G into overkill (does that make sense?) So, I'm posing the question to iPad owners, current and future: Does that iPhone 4 change your opinion on whether or not you are going to buy or keep your iPad?