Ipad air 2 introduced split screen multitasking. Ipad pro introduced an official keyboard cover and stylus support. But what else is needed to make ipad a full computing replacement for most people? Personally, I think it needs at least the following two things: 1) better file system support. Icloud drive is a start, and you can manage by using dropbox etc with lots of apps. But I think it needs better support on desktops/web so you can get to your files when not on ipad, and better connections between apps. This isn't super critical as you can get by at the moment, but it isn't perfect. 2) mouse/trackpad support. Adding a keyboard case to the ipad pro is great, and ipad can also work with bluetooth keyboards. But it isn't easy to have your ipad balanced on its folded case and then having to move the cursor with your finger on the screen. Firstly it isn't that stable; and secondly you have to reach across the keyboard to do it which isn't comfortable. Having trackpad/BT mouse support, even if just for cursor movement within apps, would be a big step forward especially for office suite apps like word processing/spreadsheets etc. Any others you can think of? Areas where maybe a small change would have a big impact and finally let you ditch that laptop you only use 10% of the time now?