And Android tablets cannot be of the same tech specs as an iPad, simply because they run Android, which SUUUUCKS as a Tablet OS.
Who cares if you have twice as many cores if the UI is all jerky and crappy?
Who cares if you have 2 GB instead of 1 GB if your battery life is half that of an iPad.
Who cares if you have more Apps, if 25% of them steal your data?
Who cares if you have the latest version of Android (which you probably won't) when you buy your tablet, because you'll never see an OS update, even for things like Stagefright, unless you "jailbreak" and install some off-label build of the OS?
Who cares if you can load stuff from any dark corner of the interwebs, if all it does is open you up to even more malware?
Who cares if Google releases a payment system that is a knockoff of ApplePay; you'll never see it until you buy a new A-Thingie?
You seem to be confused. You're making my points for me. Apple's hardware generally isn't as good as competitors in the 'same price range'
It's almost as if i said:
Bottom line: It ain't about the number of Cores, number of Ports, RAM, etc. It's about the entire PACKAGE. And in that regard; Apple is still the one to beat.
Which, in fact, I did.
WTF was your point?