“Over the last few months, I’ve been using a 12.9-inch iPad Pro as my main mobile computer. Although I have Mac and Windows desktops at the two “fixed” locations i work from, I’ve been using the larger iPad Pro with a Smart Keyboard as my traveller. And, for the most part, it has worked really well,” Anthony Caruana writes for LifeHacker. “But a couple of limitations have really started to get to me recently.”

“As portable computers go, the larger iPad Pro is competent – at least for my purposes,” Caruana writes. “But it’s a real pain in the butt when I’m working offline.”

“For example, I edit a newsletter for one of my corporate clients. Each issue has about ten pieces of content. I store each of those pieces in its own folder in OneDrive,” Caruana writes. “If I use a traditional computer, I can access that folder when offline as the contents sync in real time. But on the iPad, I can only access those files if I plan ahead and make the contents of those folders available offline.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Blaming Apple for Microsoft’s OneDrive limitations is nonsensical.

Here’s a hint: Get a clue and use a different cloud storage service that syncs.