This may seem like an iPad related post but it I am focusing more on the future of smartphones. I strongly considered getting an iPad when launched but I couldn't figure out where it fit into my tech needs. My smartphone essentially does everything the iPad does so why do I need two smartphones? Maybe one to use when I need for making a call and one to use during a call? The idea of a smaller iPad sounds great to me because I want something that I will be able to easily carry around with me everywhere I go. However, that means that all I will need for a mobile phone is a basic model good for little more than phone calls ... what is the point of having an iPhone? I like the iPhone 4, the size is comfortable so the idea of making a bigger phone sounds terrible to me unless the iPhone 5 and iPad merge together to create a portable and functional tablet with cellular calling capability. My 2011 wish is for the iPhone 5 to be mini tablet size (7" screen may be ok, 5" too small), ultraportable, longer battery life ... and most of all for it to come with a radically improved bluetooth headset. What is the point of a smartphone if you can't use all of its features all of the time? You give me a comfortable headset that functions beautifully with IOS so I can leave the "phone" in my pocket unless I need to use a productivity app during a call and I will finally feel that I have 100% tech coverage with little overlap.