By the price point, not the specs. Given things like the resolution are to be the same, with us not seeing any major expansions to the bus area (USB, memory card, ect), it's safe to say that Apple is taking a price penetration approach to this variation of the iPad. Just like the first iPhone was expensive, though revolutionary and popular, I would expect this version to be like the transition from the iPhone 1 -> iPhone 3G. I think we should be okay with this, because the more widespread the iPad platform becomes, the better the software eco system (and after all this REALLY is what drives the success of iOS devices). That said, here are some prices that I think are reasonably fair to expect: iPad 2 16Gb Wifi ($399) iPad 2 16Gb 3G ($449) iPad 2 32 Gb Wifi ($499) iPad 2 32Gb 3G ($549) iPad 2 64Gb Wifi ($599) iPad 2 64Gb 3G ($649) iPad 2 128Gb Wifi ($699) iPad 2 128Gb 3G ($749) Most importantly, beside a very slight boost to the specs like increasing the RAM and a bumped A4 chip with maybe a camera or 2, what else REALLY needs to be in the iPad 2?