I'd like to see a review of these new devices against the old ones in something other than stupid canned benchmarks, which are always followed by proclaiming that the new chip is helluva faster than the old one. In actual usage, apps are pretty much the same. Browsing is pretty much the same. The hardware is thinner or fancier, but that seems to be about it. With new desktop cpus and gpus, you can see the benefits of an upgrade clearly without resorting to canned benches. It used to take 20 minutes to convert now it takes 12. Now this game can run 8xAA and never dip below 30 fps and the last chip could only do 2x in the same game. There are tangible benefits to the new hotness. Are there legit things that the newer devices can do that the old ones can't aside from those due to hardware features like touchid or a higher resolution? What good is all the supposed power of new devices when all the apps run the same as on the old device? I can't be the only one interested in seeing real comparisons. I'd do it if I ever kept consecutive generations of products.