“Back in 2012, I decided to experiment with working from the iPad. For three days, I used my iPad for all the tasks for which I’d normally turn to a Mac,” Moren writes. “And while I found I could do nearly everything, my conclusion was that the iPad wasn’t quite ready to replace my Mac.”
“While the iPad hardware has gotten more powerful, and we’ve seen better apps appear, my experience working with the iPad today didn’t feel appreciably different from that experiment three years ago,” Moren writes. “I think it’s up to Apple to put forth a more compelling vision of what the iPad is now.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Larger display, faster, more RAM, split-screen multitasking, Force Touch, and maybe even a cool stylus that only Apple could invent. Ring it up!
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