Finally, the iPad is exciting again
The last time I was this excited about an iPad was when Apple released the iPad Air 2. Each iteration since then, including the original iPad Pro, has been iterative. The iPad Pro’s screen has grown over the years, but this is the first time the hardware (inside and outside) has changed so drastically, the tablet feels entirely new again.
This is the iPad’s redefining moment, ushering in new a design and features that set it up for building upon for the next decade.
Since the iPad Pro launched in 2015, Apple has tried year after year to position it as “real” computer. With faster processors, better display technologies (like the 120Hz refresh rate ProMotion), and more powerful features introduced in iOS 11 like drag-and-drop and being able to open up to three apps at once, the iPad has inched closer towards being more Mac-like. Read more…