What I would like to see is a Tablet from Apple that's an independent device in it's own right. At the moment, it's very clear that Apple see the iPad just as a portable extension of your main computer. You have to connect it to a computer before you can use it, and when using it as Apple intended, not using 3rd party tricks that some people do. You dock the iPad back to your main machine to add and remove data from it using iTunes. Yes, I know some people use 3rd party apps and cloud storage to use their iPad in a slightly different way, but that's not the way Apple have designed it. It's just really a mobile extension of you main machine which you can access your media on and do a small amount of creation on. Before I say any more, yes I know some will argue this point, but again, I'd say this is how it's been designed by Apple, even though you may use work arounds to use it slightly differently. Going back to my main question: Do you think Apple might make another tablet, that is not designed, fundamentally to be used in this way? A tablet that you turn on, and it just works. You can create and delete data, you can access iTunes if you wish, do all the things you would use, say a laptop for. The only reason you would connect it to another machine would be to add/remove files, which you could do over wireless anyway, or perhaps take a backup. Or you could backup to another Apple tablet. Do you think we are stuck with Apple making tablets as they do now? Fundamentally desktop extensions with an umbilical cord still attached, or might they offer a full independent machine in the future also?