I must admit I'm surprised at the Pro's high price tag. It doesn't do much different to the 9.7" standard model. True tone and extra speakers wouldn't cost much to add to a cheaper iPad. Not everyone needs the pencil either. The screen is bigger but generally not noticeable. It doesn't do much Pro stuff you would expect like a Mac book. So yes overall I don't see any revolutionary changes over my old Air 2. Perhaps adding 3D Touch and facial recognition and a glass back would make it worth the price tag. No doubt Apple when they do will pitch it at £1000. But if you just use iPad for browsing the web really anything more than an Air - does the same. Design wise the IPad 1/2/3/4 are past there sell by date now.