Considering that most clubs I've seen use Android for the majority of devices and the availability of relatively inexpensive Android tablets, stripping the Android version down would be a bad idea.
I agree that both versions should have the same capabilities.
I would consider the ability to generate the upload files for USPSA (both match and classifier files) to be core functionality that should not be left out of either version.
I realize there are probably more clubs using Android devices than iOS devices. Hell we still have clubs scoring on paper and sending in checks for fees. Just because some of us like technology and want to see things advancing all of the time doesn't mean all clubs can or are willing to do so. On the USPSA forum we were discussing the lack of this capability in Android and euxx stated no one from USPSA had requested he add it. I asked for either Jake or Mike to make that formal request to Ken Nelson. Mike replied and said they were in talks with Ken. I doubt we'll ever see the ability to generate the necessary files in the Android platform. Instead I suspect we'll see some sort of direct upload from the tablets to USPSA HQ like you can do with posting results to PractiScore's web site. It's pretty clear that Mike and Ken are talking and that's a hell of a big step forward. I'm sure good things will come from those talks. I would LOVE for Ken's guys to write the USPSA Application that allows us to have real time rules, etc. It's quite clear they have the talent to do it.