I'm mainly talking about the iPad Pro 12.9 inch, but this can apply to other iPads as well. I love the iPad Pro 12.9 inch as a consumption device. I web browse mainly in vertical orientation, as I'm able to view a lot of content at once without the fonts being too small to read. That said, there are some limitations of mobile Safari that make it frustrating to use as a full-fledged Internet Browser. I'm not talking about the lack of Adobe Flash. For some reason, there are lots of websites with reduced or omitted functionality when compared to the their desktop/laptop counterparts. 1. Codecademy - Purchased Codecademy Pro to learn SQL, but the lesson pages weren't responding properly to inputs. 2. Virgin America - Tried to access the Refer-a-Friend page, and it didn't work properly There are other examples, but the two above are the ones I can currently think of properly. I'm not an engineer, so I honestly don't know if the aforementioned problem is due to the lack of Flash, or if it's because of something else. But I prefer using Safari for most things to using their App counterparts, and the disparity between the mobile and desktop versions of Safari are starting to really frustrate me. I really wish that iOS 10 brings about a change to mobile Safari. It will make the iPads that much more attractive as a true laptop replacement.