Sure, when people buy an ipad, they buy it in the knowledge that it is, on the whole, a 2 handed device. Yet nobody complains about it being a 2 handed device once they start using it out of the store. Have you ever read a complaint on here about the ipad requiring 2 hands? I can't say that I have. When using an ipad or ipad mini, it requires the use of 2 hands when performing certain tasks. Yet nobody seems to have an issue with that. However, perform the same tasks on a Plus, and people feel the need to complain that you need 2 hands to use it. Is it because people take the view that one is a phone and the other is a tablet and are therefore of the mindset that one should be for 1 handed use whilst the other should be for 2 handed use? Even if that were the case, it still boils down to the fact that when using an ipad, you will more often than not use both your hands, whether it's your mindset or not that it is a 2 handed device. Is it because the phone is the device you take with you when you go out whilst the ipad is the device you use when you are at home? I don't think so. I see more and more people on the train using ipads and Apple itself has promoted the ipad as the device you can take anywhere and "is meant to be used". I just don't get it.