Hi all, I have read some threads here regarding what to expect after the release of the iPad Air. They have been informative, nevertheless, I want to ask this question again, because I am now actively thinking about moving from my iPad4 to the Air (despite what I may have mentioned earlier in this regard). The way I see it is this: The Air did one key thing - its reduced the weight of the previous generations thereby making the iPad a truly mobile device. Don't get me wrong, while I have no real issues handling my iPad 4, but it does get wearisome because I am reading for about 4-5 hours a day, which is my typical use scenario. So, what more can Apple do to the iPad? I am not sure they can make a significant difference in weight - there are logical limits to what they can do in this regard. Yes, they can include more RAM - but for my reading purposes, which is what I would use the iPad for, a bump in RAM is largely irrelevant. They could have a larger screen - not sure that would be of any benefit for my use case especially where mobility is concerned. I don't know how they can make the screen any better than what it already is (technically, perhaps they can). Why am I asking this? Because I would not like to buy the iPad only to find out that 8-9 months down the line Apple has made a significant change to the device. And since I am new to Apple (though I have had my iPad 4 for about 6 months), is what I am asking similar to what happened in the transition between the iPad 3 to iPad 4? Last question: My iPad 4 is about 6 months old. So, technically, it has 6 months of warranty left. If I sell the device would the warranty transfer onto the new owner? Thanks in advance.