We are at an interesting time for being iPad owners. Ever since iPads were invented, every new generation brought noticeable improved performance. This has always been one of the key selling points of buying a newer model iPad. We have even seen the IOS updates that have improved graphically resulting in older iPads becoming out of date performance wise. Additionally, every new version of iPad has brought about a thinner, lighter device that lasts as long as previous generations in terms of battery. This has all changed since the iPad Air 2. We are no longer seeing performance as a reason to upgrade as the difference in performance is negligible. There aren't apps that you have to have the newest iPad to run smoothly on. The weight difference and thinness are no longer a selling point from previous versions. 120hz screen vs 60hz screen is a slight improvement, but for most people doesn't warrant the cost of upgrade. Unless we start seeing software that really pushes the iPad to its limits or an overhaul of IOS that pushes the hardware, we may be at a point where the lifespan of the devices will be significantly longer than it previously was. Confirming this is the decrease in iPad sales as the markets have become saturated and the need to upgrade is no longer there. This is only a good thing for the consumer. I for one have owned every iteration of iPad since the original, but have finally stopped at the original iPad Pro 12.9" and have no desire to upgrade to the second generation iPad Pro. The only thing at this point that could get me to upgrade would be a change over to an OLED screen, but really the contrast of iPads is so good now that OLED is not a significant upgrade. What do you think? Do you agree? Disagree? Reply in the comments.