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Let's see.. That iPhone 5c was a work and government owned that can be tracked. Terrorists didn't bother to destroy it. Their personal phones on the other hand, the terrorists made the time to destroy it. They plotted and planned the attacks and I seriously doubt they'd use a government work phone to do it.
I think iOS on the iPad feels like a stretched out iPhone. 3rd party apps have done well designing their apps that takes advantage of the bigger screen but Apple at the OS level and their own apps have not. Lots of wasted space and not taking advantage of the big screen. That is what's keeping the iPad from really being a true laptop replacement and the Pro from being a true pro device. Apple needs to do better with iOS on the iPad.
And Apple bringing their "pro" apps like FCX & Logic to the iPad would help bring more credibility on the iPad Pro as a pro device.