Just putting this out there an a thought and be interested to hear your views? The main UI of iOS is large simple icons for easy use on a small phone screen. I think many were, and many still are surprised all Apple did for the iPad really was to magnify this up from a 4" to a 10" screen and do little else. We can forgive them, I'd say, for doing this to start with. You had an unknown product, and a user base of iPhone owners who would instantly feel at home on this new device. Now we are years down the line and will be coming up to the 6th generation of the product. Samsung are showing off 12" tablets with multiple window options. Microsoft have a split screen option. Both allowing 2 or more things on screen and the other advantages that gives. The ability to finger drag from one app to another for example. Now..................... Given there is talk in the air about an iPad Pro, and perhaps 12" or even 13" models, I think even the most die hard Apple fan would feel just magnifying iOS7 even BIGGER. Perhaps another row/column of icons is just not going to be enough to avoid becoming a laughing stock for such a device. I would presume, Apple know this full well, and they are also well aware of even the current UI on the current iPad Air is not making as much of a 10" screen as really it could be. Hence, me wondering, if, in reality the iOS7 upgrade for the iPad's is really more a, so you don't feel left out upgrade. And there will be a new proper UI to come for the iPads, to show what Apple can do given a much larger screen display. Perhaps not for the iPad Mini, as they may deem that too small, but even that could perhaps have a single split option ? Now, If we assume the 12" or 13", if it happens, iPad Pro does get a new iOS front end/UI. Which as I say, I suspect most think it will have to. I wonder if the new UI will be held to be just on the larger size, or if they will feel the current 10" model is ok to run the same, or perhaps a cut down version of a new UI. What do you feel?