“Ahead of the release of the iPad Pro later this month, Apple executives have been taking part in a variety of enterprise-focused interviews, looking to convince the enterprise market of the device’s usefulness,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “[Wednesday], Apple’s SVP Eddy Cue sat down for a fireside chat with Dropbox CEO Drew Houston at the cloud storage company’s Open conference.”
“Cue at one point during the interview pulled out an iPad Pro to show it off to Houston,” Miler reports. “Regarding iPad Pro, Houston also briefly mentioned Dropbox’s upcoming Paper app, which Houston says is the company’s iPad Pro-focused collaborative editing tool. Dropbox Paper is slated to be available in the first quarter of 2016.”
Miller reports, “Cue wrapped his speech explaining that focus during innovation is hard, noting that it’s ‘not just a checklist of features.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: We’re going to go for 128GB Wi-Fi+ Cellular iPad Pro models ($1079). Even though we pretty much always have cellular available via our iPhones’ Personal Hotspot capability, the $130 difference to add a cellular radio isn’t a bad deal, will help with resale, and could become useful when traveling.
iPad Pro buyers, which model will you be choosing and why?