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By putting iPad Pro to create an Apple tablet that replaces your laptop or is it continuing to use iOS in a professional tablet store that can cost over $ 2,000?

Apple CEO Tim Cook (C) speaks when he discovers new products during his opening event at the Brooklyn Music Academy on October 30, 2018 (Photo by VCG / VCG through Getty Images)

When the iPad was launched for the first time in 2010, Apple managed to hit a very close audience while taking the media attention and geekerati. It is interesting to see how the smartphone world came and surpassed Apple in terms of volume of sales – the demand for more there was – but Android tablets have never managed to get the right combination of passion, fanatical support, and software.

Thanks to Apple's loyal supporters, the iPad quickly assured it, even though the questions over its end-use stayed out of the "big screen of the media for media consumption". The family of tablets continued to collect and used Apple's enclosed ecosystem and a large iPhone developer transition.

Then, the iPad Pro was launched in 2015, improving tablet specifications and promising to be a device that will act as a tool of creativity.

Now, the Apple iPad Pro wants to be considered a "full computer," which is suitable for any task that a desktop computer can handle. And that's why the promise falls, as explained by the first review of the 2018 models

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks when New Products are unveiled at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 in New York (Photo by Stephanie Keith / Getty Images)

The idea is simple – iPad Pro can replace your computer. The problem is that this computer definition is based on Apple. If you have a request that is out of Apple's brick garden, then you have a very dear weight that plays slightly too many piano covers of Abba songs. And it does not take so much time for iPad Pro to fail. Take the USB-C port. It can work with monitors and keyboards, but ask them to connect to external storage, hard disks, cameras, memory cards, and you'll wait a long time. & Nbsp;Nilay Patel on top:

The only thing iOS can do with external storage devices are import photos: if you connect a camera or a memory card to your camera, iOS 12 automatically opens the camera's import screen and lets you import photos into the camera's roll.

And it is done. This is the only way iOS 12 can handle external storage. To make it even worse, you'll need to import into the camera system roles – you do not have the ability to import photos directly into an application like Lightroom CC. Apple must be in the middle.

The limit is, of course, iOS. Apple's vision of the computer is such that Apple is touching user experience and workflow at all times. As a developer, you go through the Apple Store and its restrictive policies, because as a user you can only run applications that Apple has granted permission, there is no horror, it is not owned, there are no hooks around the brick garden.

While hardware is present, Apple decides whether developers can access it. The UK government is currently introducing a mobile app that requires NFC crawling. Android users have no problem. IOS users? Apple will not allow HM government access to hardware as it needs so users must physically send their passports for verification. Looking for YouTube at 4K for iPad Pro? This is also not allowed because "Apple refuses to support Google VP9 video codec. "

It could look like marginal cases, but on a platform that could cost as much as $ 2,000, just one edge per user is enough to make iPad Pro a frustrating computer. If you need to keep your MacBook or Windows 10 work, iPad Pro is not a replacement.

Washington Post Geoffrey A. Fowler will appraise Apple's latest iPad Pro on Friday 2 November 2018 in San Francisco. (Photo by John Brecher for Washington Post via Getty Images)

So if it's not a computer, what is the iPad Pro? It's tablet-size distillation, a format that Apple has cracked over a long period of time. And the reason why this happened was a strong iOS environment – the same environment that holds iPad Pro as the right computer. iOS 12 is definitely an improvement compared to iOS 11 on iPad Pro and iOS 13 must continue this evolution. Right now the hardware hardware (which I come up with) is top, but the operating system is hobbled. & Nbsp;Mashable's Raymond Wong:

… basic 2-in-1 laptops such as cursor support or keyboard shortcuts or real window applications either do not exist or are not available in many applications.

I'm aware that iOS is a completely different way of doing things compared to MacOS and Windows 10 and I do not know what the best solution is to more resemble these desktop operating systems without compromising its ease. All I know is that the more Apple sells in the iPad so hard, the more I wish it could do more.

iOS 13 is still a year, but I strongly believe that Apple needs to update iOS for iPad Pro to really make hardware more convincing.

Think about it and look at the hardware. As a tablet, the screen is a key part of the game. By removing the physical button of your home page and continuing the iPhone XS, XS Plus, and iPhone XR, Apple's design team has brought the iPad Pro into line with the latest iPhone user interface. It strengthens methods of biometric recognition and control of Apple gestures as a "future".

However, it was not possible to move to the OLED screen. The latest iPad Pros with LCD display – although newspeak calls this retinal fluid to divert attention from older technologies (and do not start me to start on this screen from edge to edge … because I always believed it was ok, okay on the edge ). However, the screen is a key part of the package. & Nbsp;David Phelan for The Independent:

Not only does it remove the Home button at the bottom of the screen, but it pulls the screen at the edge as well as the iPhone XS. In addition, there is no notch on this display. The larger percentage of tablets compared to the phone means there is space for the TrueDepth sensor and the camera needed for Face Detection, Face ID, in a slightly wider frame that runs evenly across the edge. Compared to the iPhone XS, this frame is noticeably wider but proportionally still looking narrow.

In fact, it is better to compare with the iPhone XR because, as this phone has this LCD tablet, not OLED, screen. This by deceiving your eyes into thinking that this display has a perfectly curved edge instead of the rectangular screens found on the previous iPad. It's a fine change, but it's a big difference.

The big part of iPad Pro is Apple Pencil. The next purchase (again raising average revenue per user) cites the reputation of iPad Pro as a creative tool. Many problems of the first Apple Pencil have been solved, such as the pain relief point of the removable lid for charging, mainly because the cap is no longer needed due to the use of magnetic charging and pairing. & Nbsp;Jon Gruber from Daring Fireball:

When there were rumors that new iPad professionals moved from lighting to USB-C, there was plenty of speculation Apple would have to create a new USB-C pencil. That's a lot better. As a nice touch when you first attach a pencil to the iPad, iOS displays a pencil on the screen and is the exact size of the actual pencil. It's adorable. With the original pencil, Apple did not give a good answer to where you should hold it when it was not in your hand. Magnetic connection is the same. It's so powerful that I would not hesitate to hold a pen attached magnetically when I put the iPad in my backpack.

Another updated peripheral device is the Apple Keyboard Cover. This is how peripherals should work, fit in and leave. It does, but there are problems, especially if you have only two angles that can be used between the keyboard and the screen. & Nbsp;& nbsp; Jeffrey Van Camp for a cable connection:

It magnetically captures the same button on the back of the tablet and works. It now has two angles from which you can choose and the keys are naturally spaced and have enough paths (depth) and clicking on them that did not help me to adapt at any time from the MacBook Pro. My only complaint? It would be nice to have even more angles and the larger iPad may feel a bit unstable if you use it on your lap. As the camera sits on the left, it is difficult to adapt the video call correctly.

IPad Pro 2018 tablets have a ridiculous amount of energy, but if you have a lot of power, you need a way to make effective use of this power. Which is where the iPad Pro becomes flat in the current ecosystem. Yes, there are some great touch with keyboard and pencil, and the built-in PIM software and multimedia players look good on the bigger screen … but you do not need the power Pro if it's all you want in the tablet – just head for the regular iPad. TechRadar is Gareth Beavis:

There is so much energy in this iPad, and if you are able to use it in the spirit in which it was created, and take advantage of this power, you will probably enjoy plenty of your new tablet.

However, you are using lots of money to gain so much power, so if your work does not require you to have devices that offer strength and high performance on the go (or think of taking a creative career or a serious hobby) then you will pay money for this new tablet.

People will take part in Apple's new product launch at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 in New York (Photo by VCG / VCG through Getty Images)

IPad Pro has strength but needs more direction, more software and more support. If Apple sells this computer as a computer, it must allow people to think outside the box – and when I pay $ 5 to a cliche & eacute; box – must have the confidence that iPad users Pro "think differently" from Tim Cook and his team.

Set the iPad Pro for free and it could blossom in millions of ways. Keep it inside the garden and still bloom, but it's the same flourish we've seen over and over again. The potential is there, you can look at numbers, but can you use it? For a couple, the answer is yes, but for many, the answer is real that they have to wait and see if support for first and third party applications improves.

Now read more about apples planning to slow down older iPhone phones to keep battery life …

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By putting iPad Pro to create an Apple tablet that replaces your laptop or is it continuing to use iOS in a professional tablet store that can cost over $ 2,000?

Apple CEO Tim Cook (C) speaks when he discovers new products during his opening event at the Brooklyn Music Academy on October 30, 2018 (Photo by VCG / VCG through Getty Images)

When the iPad was launched for the first time in 2010, Apple managed to hit a very close audience while taking the media attention and geekerati. It is interesting to see how the smartphone world captured and surpassed Apple in terms of sales volume – the demand for more was there – but the Android tablet failed to get the right combination of passion, fanatical support and software.

Thanks to Apple's loyal supporters, the iPad quickly assured it, even though the questions over its end-use stayed out of the "big screen of the media for media consumption". The family of tablets continued to collect and used Apple's enclosed ecosystem and a large iPhone developer transition.

Then, the iPad Pro was launched in 2015, improving tablet specifications and promising to be a device that will act as a tool of creativity.

Now, the Apple iPad Pro wants to be considered a "full computer," which is suitable for any task that a desktop computer can handle. And that's why the promise falls, as explained by the first review of the 2018 models

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, speaks when New Products are unveiled at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 in New York (Photo by Stephanie Keith / Getty Images)

The idea is simple – iPad Pro can replace your computer. The problem is that this computer definition is based on Apple. If you have a request that is out of Apple's walled gardens, then you have a very dear weight that plays slightly too many piano covers of Abba songs. And it does not take so much time for iPad Pro to fail. Take the USB-C port. It can work with monitors and keyboards, but ask them to connect to external storage, hard drives, cameras, flash cards, and you'll wait a long time. Nilay Patel on top:

The only thing iOS can do with external storage devices are import photos: if you connect a camera or a memory card to your camera, iOS 12 automatically opens the camera's import screen and lets you import photos into the camera's roll.

And it is done. This is the only way iOS 12 can handle external storage. To make it even worse, you'll need to import into the camera system roles – you do not have the ability to import photos directly into an application like Lightroom CC. Apple must be in the middle.

The limit is, of course, iOS. Apple's vision of the computer is such that Apple is touching user experience and workflow at all times. As a developer, you go through the Apple Store and its restrictive policies, because as a user you can only run applications that Apple has granted permission, there is no horror, it is not owned, there are no hooks around the brick garden.

While hardware is present, Apple decides whether developers can access it. The UK government is currently introducing a mobile app that requires NFC crawling. Android users have no problem. IOS users? Apple will not allow HM government access to hardware as it needs so users must physically send their passports for verification. Looking for YouTube at 4K for iPad Pro? This is also not allowed because "Apple refuses to support Google VP9 video codec."

It could look like marginal cases, but on a platform that could cost as much as $ 2,000, just one edge per user is enough to make iPad Pro a frustrating computer. If you need to keep your MacBook or Windows 10 work, iPad Pro is not a replacement.

Washington Post Geoffrey A. Fowler will appraise Apple's latest iPad Pro on Friday 2 November 2018 in San Francisco. (Photo by John Brecher for Washington Post via Getty Images)

So if it's not a computer, what is the iPad Pro? It's tablet-size distillation, a format that Apple has cracked over a long period of time. And the reason why this happened was a strong iOS environment – the same environment that holds iPad Pro as the right computer. iOS 12 is definitely an improvement compared to iOS 11 on iPad Pro and iOS 13 must continue this evolution. Right now the hardware (which I come into) is the leading class, but it is hobbled by the operating system. Mashable's Raymond Wong:

… basic 2-in-1 laptops such as cursor support or keyboard shortcuts or real window applications either do not exist or are not available in many applications.

I'm aware that iOS is a completely different way of doing things compared to MacOS and Windows 10 and I do not know what the best solution is to more resemble these desktop operating systems without compromising its ease. All I know is that the more Apple sells in the iPad so hard, the more I wish it could do more.

iOS 13 is still a year, but I strongly believe that Apple needs to update iOS for iPad Pro to really make hardware more convincing.

Think about it and look at the hardware. As a tablet, the screen is a key part of the game. By removing the physical button of your home page and continuing the iPhone XS, XS Plus, and iPhone XR, Apple's design team has brought the iPad Pro into line with the latest iPhone user interface. It strengthens methods of biometric recognition and control of Apple gestures as a "future".

However, it was not possible to move to the OLED screen. The latest iPad Pros with LCD display – although newspeak calls this retinal fluid to divert attention from older technologies (and do not start me to start on this screen from edge to edge … because I always believed it was ok, okay on the edge ). However, the screen is a key part of the package. David Phelan for The Independent:

Not only does it remove the Home button at the bottom of the screen, but it pulls the screen at the edge as well as the iPhone XS. In addition, there is no notch on this display. The larger percentage of tablets compared to the phone means there is space for the TrueDepth sensor and the camera needed for Face Detection, Face ID, in a slightly wider frame that runs evenly across the edge. Compared to the iPhone XS, this frame is noticeably wider but proportionally still looking narrow.

In fact, it is better to compare with the iPhone XR because, as this phone has this LCD tablet, not OLED, screen. This by deceiving your eyes into thinking that this display has a perfectly curved edge instead of the rectangular screens found on the previous iPad. It's a fine change, but it's a big difference.

The big part of iPad Pro is Apple Pencil. The next purchase (again raising average revenue per user) cites the reputation of iPad Pro as a creative tool. Many problems of the first Apple Pencil have been solved, for example, the pain relief point of the removable lid for charging is no longer – mostly because the cap is no longer needed due to the use of magnetic charging and pairing. Jon Gruber from Daring Fireball:

When there were rumors that new iPad professionals moved from lighting to USB-C, there was plenty of speculation Apple would have to create a new USB-C pencil. That's a lot better. As a nice touch when you first attach a pencil to the iPad, iOS displays a pencil on the screen and is the exact size of the actual pencil. It's adorable. With the original pencil, Apple did not give a good answer to where you should hold it when it was not in your hand. Magnetic connection is the same. It's so powerful that I would not hesitate to hold a pen attached magnetically when I put the iPad in my backpack.

Another updated peripheral device is the Apple Keyboard Cover. This is how peripherals should work, fit in and leave. It does, but there are problems, especially if you have only two angles that can be used between the keyboard and the screen. Jeffrey Van Camp for Cable:

It magnetically captures the same button on the back of the tablet and works. It now has two angles from which you can choose and the keys are naturally spaced and have enough paths (depth) and clicking on them that did not help me to adapt at any time from the MacBook Pro. My only complaint? It would be nice to have even more angles and the larger iPad may feel a bit unstable if you use it on your lap. As the camera sits on the left, it is difficult to adapt the video call correctly.

IPad Pro 2018 tablets have a ridiculous amount of energy, but if you have a lot of power, you need a way to make effective use of this power. Which is where the iPad Pro becomes flat in the current ecosystem. Yes, there are some great touch with keyboard and pencil, and the built-in PIM software and multimedia players look good on the bigger screen … but you do not need the power Pro if it's all you want in the tablet – just head for the regular iPad. TechRadar's Gareth Beavis:

There is so much energy in this iPad, and if you are able to use it in the spirit in which it was created, and take advantage of this power, you will probably enjoy plenty of your new tablet.

However, you are using lots of money to gain so much power, so if your work does not require you to have devices that offer strength and high performance on the go (or think of taking a creative career or a serious hobby) then you will pay money for this new tablet.

People will take part in Apple's new product launch at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 in New York (Photo by VCG / VCG through Getty Images)

IPad Pro has strength but needs more direction, more software and more support. If Apple sells this computer as a computer, it must allow people to think outside the box Рand when I pay 5 dollars to the cliché, they have to trust iPad users to "think differently" with Tim Cook and his team.

Set the iPad Pro for free and it could blossom in millions of ways. Keep it inside the garden and still bloom, but it's the same flourish we've seen over and over again. The potential is there, you can look at numbers, but can you use it? For a couple, the answer is yes, but for many, the answer is real that they have to wait and see if support for first and third party applications improves.

Now read more about apples planning to slow down older iPhone phones to keep battery life …


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