When rumors for the 10.5 iPad first surfaced, they dipicted an all-new device unlike any we have seen before. It would be totally edgeless, with no home button, all packed into the 9.7 form factor. Skip to 5 months later, and most of these features have disappeared except the 10.5 size. It's not going to be edgeless -- it'll have significantly smaller bezels but will still have some, it will positively still have a home button, it definitely won't feature an OLED screen and it simply won't be the revolutionary device I hoped for to re-energize the iPad line. Initially I was considering selling my 9.7 IPP and buying one of these new 10.5 iPads, but now I simply won't bother. I'll hold on to my current 9.7 Pro until some real revolutionary changes come. I think it's unfortunate that once again Apple has held back what they can do, simply so they can release a new model every year. And I think this shows that iPad users will still stick with their models for 3 cycles and not become annual upgraders like Apple hopes for. EDIT: OLED was mentioned in rumors about 10.5 iPad in reference to 2018 models, not this year's.