The new updates to Apple's iPad arrived this week but (to me) I am underwhelmed when these two models are seen against the progress Samsung has made with the S6 Lite right up to the S7+ range. https://www.macworld.co.uk/review/ipad/ipad-air-2020-vs-ipad-102in-2020-3795311/ Last few years, tech reviewers praised Samsung but always finished reviews with where the Android store and Android itself fell down in comparison with Apple's store and how Apps worked and updated how they displayed from iPhone to iPad screen. This year Samsung's DEX and growing support from more serious art Apps like Clip Studio as well as being some £200 (yeah - finally Samsung UK prices are close to US prices) cheaper almost across the whole like-for-like range means that Samsung have finally arrived. Apple's $ prices in Europe are still horrible when translated to our prices meaning we actually pay almost $300 more for the same equipment. Throw in Samsung's ports and mini-SD slot to physiaclly expand memory and you have a brilliant device. The only thing is that Samsung and Google now need to support devices for more than two years - that's where Apple is still king. There's a great bit in this Linus Tech Tips video where the revenue models are explained. Good video but if you skip to 13:15, that support and revenue model is expanded on. Anyhow, even as an Apple user, I'm happy Samsung has caught up - competition is good and maybe Apple will either reduce prices to match or throw the Pencil in just as Samung throw their EMR stylus in for free. DEX shows what can be done on a clunky phone interface and this should also speed Apple's effort to make iPadOS more useable for multitasking or other simple tasks.