Is Apple Taking Full Advantage Of Its Own iPad Pro ?

Here is an exerpt from the article “Apple walks Ars through the iPad Pro’s A12X system on a chip” on Ars Technica by Samuel Axon about the processor in the new iPad Pro:

Now, if only there were iOS versions of Final Cut, Xcode, and Logic. Powerful hardware is nothing without strong software support, and as we’ve noted in our review, that’s the area where we need to see some improvement for the iPad Pro to truly live up to its considerable potential.

Remember when Steve Jobs announced they we’re making iWork suite available for the iPad to show its full potential? Now, Apple needs to move forward with even more demanding applications to take advantage of this power and to show others that it can be done.

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  1. Agreed. I really hope they step it up with a release of Final Cut and Logic for iPad. Heck, I’d also love to see them finally bring the iOS version of Pages up to feature parity with the Mac version. I use Pages from my iPad all the time for client projects such as annual reports, newsletters, and brochures. It’s close but there is a handful of features still missing that require that I go to the Mac every so often and they are features that don’t seem all that complicated. They’ve made great progress but there’s still more they could do.

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