Using the iPad (or other tablets) before bed is bad for sleep
If you use a tablet before bedtime, it may be affecting your sleep in a bad way. A study indicated that use of an iPad or other tablet in the hours before bedtime reduces the production of melatonin, a protein which helps induce sleep.
Light emission from tablet use affects the body's natural circadian rhythm, which also impacts the ability to fall asleep.
Patent indicates Apple TV may use Handoff to send content to iPad
The iPad uses AirDrop to send content like video to other devices, and a patent indicates that Apple TV might one day send content the other way. This may never come to light as it's just a patent, but it would be useful if it did.
This capability would not only allow common uses like streaming from Apple TV to the iPad/iPhone at home, it would also open up the ability to watch Apple TV from anywhere.
Apple device owners may have been surprised to see a security update hit without warning. The update fixed a major security breach, and Apple pushed it out to devices without prior notification unlike in the past.
This was a rare move by Apple, as it usually releases such updates through normal channels instead of pushing it straight to devices.