Failure to provide open API's so vendors can address cross-platform compatibility is a major downside to Apple's legendary closed, proprietary mentality. Now that Apple devices are ubiquitous, they need to be more open in at least a few places like keyboard and browser API's. Apple purists might ask: "Why use any non-Apple devices?" This kind of extreme parochialism will have to be smashed for iOS-based devices to complete the transition from toys to essential tools in the enterprise. (As an enthusiastic iPad 2 owner, I think they're already much more than toys, but as others have said, key mapping is a major impediment.) Let's march over to Apple.com and start hammering!