Now that iOS has been unified for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, don't you think that the iPad will be "slowed" and limited by this choice? Steve Jobs considers the iPad a new model of computing and the Apple vision of "what's next". So why they put in it the same identical OS of an iPhone? Ok, there are some differences, but it's absurd that the iPad doesn't have at least some software key features. For example, Apple included Multitasking and Folders exactly like on the iPhone. No widget style, multiple windows management, etc. Just enlarged. I really hoped for an iPad OS, obviously with the same guidelines for developers, but at a different level from the iPhone OS. But now that Apple has unified iOS for eveything, I really have the fear that iPad, iPhones and iPod touch will HAVE TO evolve at the same level, and considering the real potential of a device like the iPad, this is discouraging.