First, a disclaimer. For the past four years, I’ve used an iPad—equipped with a third-party keyboard and stylus–as my primary computer. I’ve written magazine cover stories, blogged, wrangled spreadsheets, edited photos and videos, marked up PDFs, recorded podcasts, drawn and painted, and pretty much done all the other things I was once most likely to do on a conventional computer. I started back when a fair number of people confidently maintained that iPads were useful only for consumption, not creation, and have never stopped. advertisement advertisement What I’m trying to say is that this is not going to be one of those dispassionate reviews in which a product tester does nothing but calmly dispense buying advice for various types of consumers. The iPad Pro comes as close to checking off all the items on my personal wish list as any gadget I can remember, and I intuitively get what Apple is trying to do with it. My affinity may be a minority view. When the company unveiled the device at its September press event, some of the snap judgments I saw on Twitter bristled at the notion of a computing device that’s priced like a top-of-the-line PC, with a PC-sized… Read full this story
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