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The iPad Pro

28th October 2015

Once known for shrinking things down to miniature size, Apple are clearly thinking BIG with the iPad Pro. Apple’s new iDevice boasts all the great apps we love, whilst closing the gap between tablet and laptop in a way Microsoft just can’t seem to manage. With its Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, the iPad Pro positions itself somewhere between the iPad Air 2 and a Macbook Air, which kind of makes it, well… a massive iPad. Now this is either a good thing if you’ve always felt the iPad was too damn small, or it puts it very much in the “meh” category.

The lure of the iPad Pro isn’t enough for me to ditch my Air 2, though Gooii’s test device preorder will be in place. For me the holy grail will be an iPad that can run both Mac OS and iOS simultaneously. I want to be able to use Adobe’s Creative Cloud design applications and Word one minute (well no one wants to use Word, just sometimes you have to), then download iOS apps from the App Store the next. Perhaps this is a sign such a device is imminent, or maybe this half way stage means it’ll never happen – which is just as likely considering Apple have stated their Macbook range will never support touch screens. It is however Apple’s prerogative to change their mind, demonstrated by Steve Jobs once mocking devices that used a stylus, which Apple now boasts as revolutionary – albeit one that transforms the iPad into a graphics tablet. What if the iPad Pro could be paired with the Mac to form a dual screen graphics tablet? Now that would be something truly special indeed.

To learn more about the iPad Pro visit the Apple Site.