The Ipad Air and Mini retina specs are no where as good compared to high end tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro line up, (rumoured) Nexus 8. And the Ipad Air/Rmini only have 1GB of RAM and it seems it is a problem because of Apps keeps crashing and Safari tabs keeps reloading due to lack of RAM and other tablets like the Galaxy Tab Pro line up have 2GB of RAM, it is great at multitasking, and it has extra features like the multi window that the Ipad don't have. The only 2 things that the Ipad has over Android tablets is the very big range of apps and the quality of the apps in the App store but the Google Play Store and Windows app store are getting close to the level of quality of apps that the ipad has and the popularity of the Ipad over the world. But i am wondering is Apple serious about the Ipad? Are Apple aware that they need to make the Ipad to be on the same level as the competition like Samsung, Google tablets? Will this be the year that the next gen Ipad Air/Mini 2 finally have more RAM? because they still haven't upgraded the RAM since the Ipad 3 and be more of a computer replacement like high end tablets. I really hope Apple are serious the Ipad and making it into more of a computer replacement for most people. I am pretty sure the Ipad have the potential to be way better in the future than it is at the moment. Would it be a different story if Steve Jobs was still the CEO of Apple? and what Jobs would of done different about the Ipad than the current CEO Tim Cook? I know Steve Jobs was against the idea of making a smaller Ipad and bashing about 7inch tablets.