After one month using iOS 10, I've gone back to iOS 9 just to check if I miss any of the "advantages" of iOS 10 (for iPad). So far there is only two reasons I'd like to keep iOS 10: A) the capability of typing with two languages simultaneously (something amazing and almost required if you are using an external keyboard) B) the old "Define" option, which allows me to read the meaning of a word with just one tap. On iOS 10 you have to tap on the definition box to open the dictionary if the word sense you are looking up does not appear in the first four lines of the dictionary entry. On my iPad, the new Control Center is ridiculously big and Rich notifications are just a new way to show the same as before, just with new colors. Old notifications were perhaps more boring, but much simpler. The new Lock Screen is kind of useless to me. So, what I want to say is that unlike the shift from iOS 8 to iOS 9, which was incredible, I don't see huge improvements for iPad that make the upgrading a must. I'll probably end up installing iOS 10 when the final version is out for A) and B), but not because of any of those "astonishing" traits iOS 10 is supposed to offer. Anyway, I guess iPhone devices with 3D Touch will take advantage from the new Rich notifications, but not even the SE has it! Am I alone with this ideas?