iOS 9 once again reminds us that Apple is not a fan of old device users. The iPad 3rd gen "New iPad" came out heavily advertised as being a huge leap forwards with processing power along with promotional 3D fighter jet games, showing it's faster CPU abilities. Now, however, it is deemed too slow to handle the simple doodle in a note feature which has been included for the iPad Airs and such. Meanwhile I am still able to handle multi layered high definition vector drawing and high detailed artworks in Apple's own iDraw app, as well as all the other 3rd party artwork apps. How is it that it can be too slow to handle the tiny little doodle feature of the new notes app? Just as it is "too slow" to handle the other new features which have come along and been withheld from old device users. I think it's quite clear to see that our old devices can easily handle these new features, most of them at least, however Apple is blatantly trying to pull the wool over our eyes by telling us it's because our device is "too slow" or whatever, trying to insinuate that we need to upgrade. Lest the world be content with their current device for an extra year. Please stop urinating on us and telling us it's raining, Apple.