Given Apple's focus with the Pro clearly being in improving the iPad experience as a productivity device and the introduction of their own keyboard, does anybody kind of hope they open up Magic Mouse support or Bluetooth mice support in general to iOS? Don't get me wrong multitouch generally does a great job of dealing with scenarios a cursor would typically deal with - but personally (and for others I'm sure) certain tasks are infinitely better and and more enjoyable with a mouse and cursor. Editing spreadsheets and presentations on an iPad is vastly more viable and enjoyable personally if I had the option to use a traditional keyboard and mouse set up if required. I know a lot of people will say 'get a MacBook' etc but they're separate products. MacBooks can't become tablets when needed or have access to iOS, nor do they have any touch screen capabilities for certain applications that can benefit from them. And unless you've got the retina MacBook a vanilla iPad Air 2 without accessories is more portable if you just want a device to watch content on later on for commuting etc. After briefly using a pro with the keyboard, it's amazing how much nicer the iOS experience becomes with small OS X features sprinkled in - cmd+shift on iPad is a fantastic way of quickly switching between apps for example. Having a cursor appear on the OS only when a mouse is connected and also have the cursor fade after 10 seconds of non-movement (naturally it would reappear with a mouse jiggle) would stop the cursor becoming invasive on the screen estate and would only improve the potential of the OS. While I appreciate there are a few who are purely using iPads for consumption I feel if Apple is serious about extending the iPad range's value as an all round workhorse and potential laptop replacement, giving these options would do a lot to convince users to give it a go for their day to day tasks. I also know there's a bit of stick about 'why' regarding a mouse - but a physical mouse has as much value as a physical keyboard, and many find having an external keyboard for tasks like note tasking and general daily use can dramatically improve their experience. Again, having choice is never a bad thing and can only improve our experience. Imagine an iPad Air 3, 3GB of RAM, 3D Touch, with pencil, keyboard and mouse support - suddenly it's become a serious option for those who want a 'covers all bases' device for a majority of tasks. Thoughts?