Here is my situation. I want to get a device that I can use on the go that is portable, allows me to work with the screen with removable keyboard and allows me to do presentations with remote transmitting video. I know that since release the Surface Pro 4 has had issues with battery life, but charges fast (i.e. 2.5 hours). Alternatively the iPad Pro has good battery life but charges horribly slow (i.e. 5+ hours). I personally feel like the Windows 10 is very touch friendly and having the option in settings to increase the size of all the buttons on the screen makes it even more touch friendly. Alternatively people always argue that iPad Pro is "more touch friendly" but I don't really agree with that. I am leaning more towards getting a Surface Pro 4, but I am also considering waiting until the Galaxy Tab Pro S comes out (possibly sometime between this weekend and the next couple weeks). Do you think the issues with the battery will get fixed sooner rather than later? I personally think Apple will not release a better charging solution for the iPad Pro because Apple never admits their mistakes. So that is why I am leaning towards a Surface. Additionally, those of you that have a Surface Pro 4, would you say it was worth getting it even with issues. If you have owned a Galaxy Tab S or S2 with Amoled Screen, would you recommend waiting to get the Galaxy Tab Pro S with Amoled Screen? Would anyone here recommend the iPad Pro, or is the consensus that it really isn't a productivity device? Also, is the Surface Pro 4 a good tool for designing PDF's like making good looking posters and fliers?