So I ran a simple test with my iPhone 4 and my ipad running 4.2. I first took the iPhone and started up Epic Citadel. I then used quick app switcher to safari, and opened 3 different non-mobile sites. I then continued into mail, settings, facebook app, app store, and sportacular. I was able to fast app switch between all these apps without loading, and even can flick through all 3 tabs of sites too. I then took my iPad, launched Epic Citidel (known to have added iPad 4.2 support already) and then switched to safari, and opened the same 3 sites. I tried fast-app switching between the two and it couldn't really handle it too well. It was able to switch to the current safari page, but the tabs needed to be reloaded. Typically if I stay in safari in 4.2, I can have up to 5 tabs open before it starts reloading the tabs. I realize this is not the BEST way to compare, but I though it would be great to test with Epic citadel as its known to require a bunch of ram (also keep in mind that the iPhone version has better textures). This just shows how stupid it was for apple to have cheaped out with the iPad and it's much talked about 256mb of ram. The iPad can multitask, but it can only handle a few things at a time. Seems weak to me. I realize I am using a beta version of iOS, but I don't see it getting much better. The ram is going to come out of nowhere. The iPad feels gimped because of this and it really is disappointing. Oh well, I guess apple did it's job cause I know I'll be looking to line up for the iPad 2, and I don't even are about the camera... I know this has been topic has been beaten down already but I felt the need to report where iOS 4 stands with the iPad. Don't get me wrong, it works great (especially for a beta) and everyone will love ios4 on their iPad.