Specifically, the iOS 11 update for the iPad, which turns the iPad from little more than a big iPhone into a full-featured touch-screen PC. In one go, Apple showed that it is still full-steam behind the iPad, and that a desktop-class touchscreen computer doesn’t have to actually run a desktop OS, like Microsoft’s Surface.
Granted, there are a lot of people that use the iPad as their primary computer, but I suspect those people are majority consumers of content. Creators (specifically of podcasts and videos) would like to use something professional , which means Adobe Creative Apps like Premiere and Audition.
Solve this and a lot more, and I'll replace my iPad mini.