Is it just me, or is apple's product cycle for the iPhone/ipod Touch/iPad rather poorly set up? The iPhone is the product that they use to introduce new technology into the product line. This technology is implemented into the iPod Touch in September and then into the iPad in January/April. Any poor sucker who buys an iPad discovers that come June, the technology that he holds is going to be outdated. I realize that apple wants to have an even cycle of products throughout the year and probably can't handle the strain of unveiling 3 new products within a 6 month span. I've been considering getting an iPad since it came out, but I'm still not sold given the number of technologies that were introduced in the iPhone that the iPad lacks, such as the retina display, and a comparable amount of RAM. I'm sure that apple will include the retina display and up the amount of memory in the second generation iPad, but what technologies will be introduced in the iPhone a couple months later? Thoughts from a sucker who will probably end up buying an iPad within the next year.