I know full well the iPad 5 isn't out yet but can hopefully safely assume it will be the current model for the next year and be the first iPad with a 64bit CPU, be faster than the iPad 4 and retain it's value that much more than an iPad 4 when the 6 comes out. Earlier today I sold my iPad 3 (32GB, 4G) with the sole purpose of taking advantage of plummeting iPad 4 prices later this week to pick one up on the cheap. I figured I'd get a decent spec bump, hold up with iOS7 for the next year and not have to deal with two different charging cables. All for around $100 - $150 over what I sold the iPad 3 for. Over the last few hours a debate has started in my mind, do I spend the extra cash and get the iPad 5 (32GB, 4G) or go with my original plan? As an iPad 3 owner, I was kind of not expecting the 4 so shortly after the 3 came out and didn't really want to go through a sell and buy cycle so shortly after getting it, now though, hopefully we're back on "regularly scheduled" updates and I can get a little more value out of a 5 if I choose to do that. What would you do? I used my iPad everyday, mostly for reading, some game playing, astronomy apps, off loading pics from my digital camera on the road and some light iPhoto editing, sharing websites and videos that I make with clients & friends. (Also as a hot spot about once a month), I don't think it's a question if a 4 can do this for the next year, I think I'm trying to make the best decision value wise at this point.