Initial reports suggested that the new Apple iPad Pro would be capable of replacing your laptop, but new evidence suggests that it might be time to pump the brakes on that notion. The processing power of the iPad Pro made it appear that it would be capable of running high-end software like Adobe’s Creative Suite. Unfortunately, it looks like the iPad Pro will be running stripped-down versions of Adobe’s Creative Suite, which is a shame because one of the core consumer bases for Apple products are designers. In another disappointing realization, it seems as though the portable, detachable keyboard is made from a type of fabric that makes operating it feel unnatural at best and unresponsive at worst. For now it looks like people should still hold onto their laptops, but the good news is that the iPad Pro will be the best iPad the company has ever made.
Read the full article here: No, The iPad Pro Can’t Replace Your Computer. Here’s Why