Then I would like to see you explain exactly why they're yet to support most BlueTooth profiles; on the iPhone they even go out of their way to remove support for HID, which is supported to some extent on the iPad. For example: you want to transfer a picture over Bluetooth and that's not supported, because OBEX is not supported; same thing for contacts, everyone else in the industry allows you to exchange contact cards through bluetooth, which is also a great way to synchronize contact information between Apple and non-Apple devices, but on the Apple cam, if you want to send someone else your own contact card, you have to do it through E-mail. How do you explain this? Also, how do you explain not being able to even read SMSes (not to mention write them, receive and make voice calls) on an iPad when all the hardware required to do it is present and you've paid premium for it?
Sending files over bluetooth has always been a buggy mess that simply didn't work on 90% of the hardware that it was supposed to work on. As a result, almost no one uses bluetooth to send files of any kind. You are just one, unique, very persistent user that wants and uses the functionality that the rest of humanity walked away from years ago. Now that Wi-Fi is so ubiquitous, things are even less likely to change.