Is anyone feeling like the pricing of iPad’s right now is in a weird spot? Apple bumped pricing up by quite a bit, and yet in terms of software capability we are still essentially only able to do the same things that we were able to do last year, with the exception of photoshop (Which is more on Adobe, and not Apple.) Pricing starts at $799 for the 11”. But you need more than 64GB if you were to use this as your main “computer” so you are already at $949. You also need the keyboard, so now $1149. Already we are basically at the same price as the new MacBook Air (Which is already more expensive than it should be.) Add on the pencil so that you take advantage of the touchscreen and we surpass it at $1278. Go to the larger size and we are at $1500. Now, if the iPad was capable of being a primary machine I would have no issue with this - but on the software side there is still so much lacking. No external storage support, no direct RAW photo downloads into third party apps, no desktop class browser, no mouse/trackpad support, barely useful external display support. We are slowly moving to a place where the iPad can be it’s own thing - but Apple just refuses to push it over the edge. I’m really hoping iOS 13 changes this...but I’ve pretty much been hoping for all of this since iOS 5. It’s always “next year” when the iPad becomes a desktop competitor. My issue now is that the iPad isn’t a desktop competitor, yet it is certainly priced as such. When an iPad cost $500 these limitations were acceptable, but now it costs the same as a MacBook Pro.