Hello, First time Ipad Pro and apple user here. Well, even though it all lasted less than a week: because I purchased an Ipad Pro 2 only to return it a few days later. I thought I would be able to handle iOS, but I simply couldn't, as it clearly slowed down my workflow. I really wanted to like that Ipad Pro though, but I felt like iOS was too limiting: it simply needed a few tweaks to become (at least for me) a real laptop replacement and a functional drawing tablet. In that case, I would totally be willing to give it another chance. But not knowing much about iOS and apple in general (I am a total newbie in that regard), I'm wondering if my wishes are simply unrealistic, which is why I am posting in this forum. I was looking for a lighter replacement for my Cintiq companion hybrid, which has always been somewhat of a disappointment: bulky, heavy, not that good to use on your lap or carry around, and I've found the drawing experience under android to be terrible. I was also hopping the Ipad Pro could serve as a laptop replacement... If only Astropad worked on PC it would have been perfect (I didn't try duet display as it seems to bug with machines using nvidia cards, which is my case). But since I don't own a mac and have no plans on buying one, I was stuck with iOS for the time being. It's really a shame, because I really enjoyed drawing on the Ipad Pro. In fact, I'm among the few who think a 14 or even 15 inches version could find its audience. I'm not considering the Mobile Studio Pro as it is still too bulky and expensive. And I'm still unsure about the Surface Pro for reasons I will not develop here. I've been waiting for the release of the Ipad Pro 2 for months, and after being disappointed by it, I am now back to square one :/ ... Anyway, back to iOS: here are the two big things that really bothered me. Are there any chances these might change in the future? I've looked online for answer, but couldn't find anything certain. 1) Being able to have several instances of a same program opened or, more simply, being able to open multiple files on a same app. And of course, being able to edit any opened file. Is that something possible on iOS? Is it a definite "no-no"? Does it depend on the app? Could the "multitask" feature on iOS 11 solve this? 2) Being able to transfer files EASILY between devices. Plug an SD card or an USB drive and voilà. No need to resort to extra programs like iTunes, the internet with dropbox, etc...I have a very slow internet connection: it took me 15 minutes to send a 30mb photoshop file on dropbox so I could open it on Procreate (and no, there are no other internet options in my part of town). That for me was the last nail on the coffin: forget about "start some work on your PC, continue it on your Ipad Pro". Does the "files" feature on iOS11 recognize extra devices and allows you to move things easily? There are probably others things I might be forgetting, but these two are really the top ones. If these could happen, it is very possible I would say goodbye to my current cintiq and use an Ipad Pro only...And if apple released a bigger version (15", calling it the "Ipad Studio" or whatever), then here is my money. But if those don't happen, I can only hope wacom will release light and thin tablets. And hopefully those won't cost $1500 and more. Thanks.