Ok so Apple are trying to market the newly announced iPad Pro as a laptop and two in one replacement! The trouble is, those devices run a desktop OS and the iPad Pro still runs a blown up iPhone OS! I'm not going to repeat what has been said hundreds or even thousands of times regarding OSX running on the iPad Pro because that ship has sailed and frankly, I'm not sure it would have worked anyway... However, there is no denying that iOS needs to grow if it's ever to be taken seriously as a full OS competitor on the iPad Pro! And for those of you that are thinking it's not meant to be, you are right, but it has to be more powerful than it is currently for a pro line tablet! Especially if it's in direct competition with devices such as Microsofts Surface Pro. In short, the gap between iOS and OSX is huge... which is expected on a phone, but not on a professional grade tablet marketed as a laptop replacement. I think the way to ultimately solve this would be to separate iOS builds between iPhone and iPad so that iOS for iPad can move forward without being held back by the iPhone's smaller screen and lesser power, because lets face it, the iPad hardware has moved forward leaps and bounds, it's just the OS that has not. All this aside, realistically at this point in time all we can hope for is extra features in iOS9.1 beta... So I think this would be a good place to suggest what you all think would benefit iOS in the immediate future?