There seems to be some confusion on how the new (to be announced in a few weeks?) 9.7" iPad is going to be called; Air 3 or Pro. I think Apple is going to change and simplify the iPad naming scheme. iPad Pro: 12.9" and 9.7" with smart connector, pencil support and A(9)X processors. Focused on businesses, students and demanding costumers that work on these devices. iPad: 9.7" and 7.9" without the features of the Pro, and with A(9) processors. Focused on consumers that consume media (watching movies, reading articles, newspapers, games etc.). This strategy eliminates the need for selling two generations because the price point of the iPad can be lower (less expensive hardware) than the Pro and the cycle can be more than one year. Upgrading these products every 18-24 months wouldn't be strange as most people don't upgrade their iPad that often. This would make sense to me if Apple would announce this at the upcoming event and would also send a signal to the opinion that the future of the iPad is doomed (which is not true in my opinion). What do you think?