For a growing number of people, the iPad Pro is already the only laptop you’ll ever need. This isn’t true for everyone – what on Earth is?
It’s also true that some tasks just can’t be done on an iPad. Things like Xcode development, 4K video editing, and other high-end tasks just aren’t available (yet). And while the Files app provides a rudimentary filing system, some users need Macs to do what they need to do.
All the same, as the promised 2019 release of “Full Photoshop” shows, the list of things iPads can’t do will surely shrink, particularly when you consider the latest range of iPad Pros are an astonishing 32 times faster than the second-generation iPad shipped in 2011.
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