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When the iPad was launched, Apple has created a tablet that switches to a laptop or is iOS's continuous use on a professional tablet that can cost over $ 2,000?

Apple's Tim Cook (C) CEO speaks during the launch of new products at the Brooklyn Academy launch event on October 30, 2018 (Photo by VCG / VCG via Getty Images)

When the iPad was launched for the first time in 2010, Apple managed to seize the very narrow audience when it comes to media and geekeratien attention. It's curious to see how the smartphone world went and exceeded Apple's sales volume – there was more demand there – but Android tablets never managed to get the right blend of passion, fanatical support, and software.

Thanks to Apple's loyal supporters, the iPad established itself fast, even if the questions remained the ultimate use of it as the "big security screen for consumer media". The tablet family continued to twist and benefited from Apple's closed ecosystem and the big crossroads of iPhone developers.

Then iPad Pro was launched in 2015, pushing the tablet's technical information and promising a device that would serve as a creativity tool.

Now Apple wants the iPad Pro to be seen as "full computers" that fits all the tasks that the desktop computer can handle. And the promise falls, as the first review of the 2018 models explains

Apple Cook's CEO Tim Cook talks about new products on the launch date at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 in New York (Photo by Stephanie Keith / Getty Images)

The idea is simple – iPad Pro can replace your computer. The problem here is that the computer definition is Apple. If you have a claim that is out in the Apple Wall Gardens, you have a very expensive paper weight that plays a bit too much for the piano deck of Abba songs. The failure of IPad Pro software does not cover much. Take the USB-C port. It may be compatible with video cards and keyboards but ask it to connect to external storage, hard disks, cameras, flash cards, and wait a long time. & Nbsp;Nilay Patel at The Verge:

One thing that iOS can do with external storage devices is import images: if you connect a camera or a memory card from the camera, iOS 12 will automatically open the camera import page and import photos to the camera roll.

That's it. This is the only way iOS 12 can handle external storage. And to make matters worse, you need to support a system camera light – you can not import photos directly to an application like Lightroom CC. Apple is in the middle.

Of course there is IOS. Apple's view of the computer is one that Apple touches the user experience and workflow at every stage. Developer is through the Apple Store and its restrictive practices. As a user, you can only use apps that Apple has given you permission, no tinkering, no ownership, no gaps around the surrounding garden.

Even if hardware is present, Apple decides whether developers can access. The United Kingdom Government is currently launching a mobile application that requires passport scanning through NFC. Android users, no problem. iOS users? Apple does not allow HM's board access to hardware as it is, so users have to physically send their passport authentication. Looking for YouTube 4 kilobytes on iPad Pro? It is not permissible because "Apple refuses to support Google's VP9 video codec. "

These may seem like edge issues, but on a platform that could effectively cost up to $ 2,000 upwards, one per box per user is enough to make iPad Pro a frustrating computer. If you want to keep your MacBook or Windows 10 around your computer, then iPad Pro is not a substitute.

Washington Post's reporter Geoffrey A. Fowler estimates Apple's latest iPad Pro on Friday 2 November 2018 in San Francisco. (Photo by John Brecher to Washington Post via Getty Images)

So if it is not a computer, what is the iPad Pro? It's a tablet-shaped distillation that just Apple is cracked in the long term. And the reason it cracked was a strong iOS environment – the same environment that prevents iPad Pro from being the right computer. iOS 12 is certainly better than iOS 11 on iPad Pro, and iOS 13 needs to continue with this development. Right now the hardware (to which I come from) is class leader, but the operating system has been shaken. & Nbsp;Mashablen Raymond Wong:

… Basic 2-in-1 laptops like things like cursor support or hotkeys or real-world windows applications are either out of date or are not yet available in many applications.

I am aware of the fact that iOS is a completely different way of doing things compared to MACOS and Windows 10, and I do not know what is the best solution, so that it would be more than these desktop operating systems, without compromising its lightness. All I know is the more that Apple continues to have so much power over iPad, the more I hope it can do more MacOS issues.

13 iOS is still the end of the year, but I strongly believe that Apple is renewed for iOS devices iPad Pro, so that the system can be made more convincing.

Let's take this concern aside and look at the hardware. It's a tablet, the screen plays a key part. Removing the physical home button and following iPhone XS, XS Plus and iPhone XR, Apple Design Manager has brought iPad Pro to the latest iPhone interface. This strengthens Apple's biometric recognition and gesture management methods for "the future".

However, it has not taken the opportunity to move to the OLED screen. Latest iPad Pros sticks on the LCD screen – even if the news voice calls this liquid retinaa interfere with the older techniques (and do not allow me to start, because this is the edge-by-screen … because I have always believed that the edge is, well, on the edge). However, the display is an important part of the package. & Nbsp;David Phelan Independent:

In addition to removing the home button from the bottom of the screen, it deletes the edges of the screen just like the iPhone XS. Except that this screen does not have a hood. Larger proportions of the tablet compared to the phone indicate that the TrueDepth sensor and the face recognition system of the camera Face ID are space for a slightly larger circumference that runs evenly around the edge. Compared to the iPhone XS this frame is much wider, but in relative terms, it still looks narrow.

Actually, better comparison with the iPhone XR, like this phone, this tablet has an LCD screen, not an OLED screen. It attracts your eyes to think that this screen is a fully curved border, instead of the rectangular screens in the previous iPads. It's a subtle change, but that's a big difference.

Much of the iPad Pro is Apple Pencil. The add-on (which further increases average user-specific revenue), it adapts iPad Pro's reputation as a creative tool. Many of the problems with the first Apple pen have been dealt with, such as the removal of the bullet point of the detachable cap is no longer – mainly because the cap is no longer needed due to magnetic charge and pairing. & Nbsp;Daring Fireball Jon Gruber:

When rumors emerged that new iPad professionals moved from Lighting to USB-C, there was much speculation that Apple needed a new pencil with USB-C. This is much better. With a nice touch when connecting a pencil to the iPad, iOS displays the pen on the screen and is the exact size of the pen. It is wonderful. With the original Pencil, Apple did not give a good answer to what you had to keep it when it was not in your hand. The magnetic link corresponds to it. It's strong enough to hesitate to keep the Pencil magnetically plugged when you put your iPad in the backpack.

The second updated peripheral is Apple's folio keyboard. This way, the peripherals should work, connect, and move away. It does, but there are problems, especially with only two corners that can be used between the keyboard and the screen. & Nbsp;& nbsp; Jeffrey Van Camp for Wired:

It magnetically snaps at the back of the tablet with a nice click and also works just fine. There are now two corners you can choose from, and the keys are naturally separate and have enough distance (depth) and click on them to have no time to adjust your MacBook Pro. Just my complaint? It would be great to have more angles, and the larger iPad may feel a bit unstable if you use it in your lap. As the camera is on the left side, it's hard to develop yourself properly in video chat.

2018 iPad Pro tablets are a ridiculous power, but if you have high power, you need a way to use effective power. What is where the iPad Pro will go flat in the current ecosystem? Yes, there are great touches to the keyboard and pen, and built-in PIM software and media players look great on the big screen … but you do not need the power of the Pro-Power if you just want a tablet – just a normal iPad head. TechRadarin Gareth Beavis:

This iPad has so much power and if you can use it in the spirit in which it was created and harnessed with it, you will probably get a lot of joy from your new tablet.

But you spend a lot of money to get this power, so if your job requires that you have a device that offers power and performance on the go (or you're thinking of taking some kind of creative career or serious hobby) then you waste your money on a new tablet.

People are participating in Apple's new products, which will be held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 in New York (Photo by VCG / VCG via Getty Images)

IPad Pro is power, but it needs more direction, more software and more support. If Apple sells this as a computer, it must give people the chance to think outside the box – and when I donate $ 5 as a cluster, eacute; box – it must be trusted to give iPad Pro users different "to Tim Cook and his team.

Set your iPad Pro for free and it could flourish in millions of ways. Keep it inside the garden, and you will still bloom, but it is the same flowering as we have seen time after time. Possibility exists, you can look at the numbers, but can you use it? For some the answer is yes, but for many the right answer is that they have to wait and whether the first and the third-party application support to be improved.

Now read more Apples plans to slow down older iPhones to maintain battery life …

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When the iPad was launched, Apple has created a tablet that switches to a laptop or is iOS's continuous use on a professional tablet that can cost over $ 2,000?

Apple's Tim Cook (C) CEO speaks during the launch of new products at the Brooklyn Academy launch event on October 30, 2018 (Photo by VCG / VCG via Getty Images)

When the iPad was launched for the first time in 2010, Apple managed to seize the very narrow audience when it comes to media and geekeratien attention. It's curious to see how the smartphone world has reached and exceeded Apple's sales volume – there was a growing demand – but Android tablets never managed to get the real blend of passion, fanatical support, and software.

Thanks to Apple's loyal supporters, the iPad established itself fast, even if the questions remained the ultimate use of it as the "big security screen for consumer media". The tablet family continued to twist and benefited from Apple's closed ecosystem and the big crossroads of iPhone developers.

Then iPad Pro was launched in 2015, pushing the tablet's technical information and promising a device that would serve as a creativity tool.

Now Apple wants the iPad Pro to be seen as "full computers" that fits all the tasks that the desktop computer can handle. And the promise falls, as the first review of the 2018 models explains

Apple Cook's CEO Tim Cook talks about new products on the launch date at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 in New York (Photo by Stephanie Keith / Getty Images)

The idea is simple – iPad Pro can replace your computer. The problem here is that the computer definition is Apple. If you have a claim that is out in Apple's wall garden, then you have a very expensive paper that plays a bit too much on the piano deck of Abba tracks. The failure of IPad Pro software does not cover much. Take the USB-C port. It may work with the screen and keyboards but ask it to connect to external storage, hard drives, cameras, and flash cards, and you wait a long time. Nilay Patel at The Verge:

One thing that iOS can do with external storage devices is import images: if you connect a camera or a memory card from the camera, iOS 12 will automatically open the camera import page and import photos to the camera roll.

That's it. This is the only way iOS 12 can handle external storage. And to make matters worse, you need to support a system camera light – you can not import photos directly to an application like Lightroom CC. Apple is in the middle.

Of course there is IOS. Apple's view of the computer is one that Apple touches the user experience and workflow at every stage. Developer is through the Apple Store and its restrictive practices. As a user, you can only use apps that Apple has given you permission, no tinkering, no ownership, no gaps around the surrounding garden.

Even if hardware is present, Apple decides whether developers can access. The United Kingdom Government is currently launching a mobile application that requires passport scanning through NFC. Android users, no problem. iOS users? Apple does not allow HM's board access to hardware as it is, so users have to physically send their passport authentication. Looking for YouTube 4 kilobytes on iPad Pro? This is also not allowed because "Apple refuses to support Google's VP9 video codec".

These may seem like edge issues, but on a platform that could effectively cost up to $ 2,000 upwards, one per box per user is enough to make iPad Pro a frustrating computer. If you want to keep your MacBook or Windows 10 around your computer, then iPad Pro is not a substitute.

Washington Post's reporter Geoffrey A. Fowler estimates Apple's latest iPad Pro on Friday 2 November 2018 in San Francisco. (Photo by John Brecher to Washington Post via Getty Images)

So if it is not a computer, what is the iPad Pro? It's a tablet-shaped distillation that just Apple is cracked in the long term. And the reason it cracked was a strong iOS environment – the same environment that prevents iPad Pro from being the right computer. iOS 12 is certainly better than iOS 11 on iPad Pro, and iOS 13 needs to continue with this development. Right now the hardware (which I come from) is class leader, but the operating system is confused. Mashable's Raymond Wong:

… Basic 2-in-1 laptops like things like cursor support or hotkeys or real-world windows applications are either out of date or are not yet available in many applications.

I am aware of the fact that iOS is a completely different way of doing things compared to MACOS and Windows 10, and I do not know what is the best solution, so that it would be more than these desktop operating systems, without compromising its lightness. All I know is the more that Apple continues to have so much power over iPad, the more I hope it can do more MacOS issues.

13 iOS is still the end of the year, but I strongly believe that Apple is renewed for iOS devices iPad Pro, so that the system can be made more convincing.

Let's take this concern aside and look at the hardware. It's a tablet, the screen plays a key part. Removing the physical home button and following iPhone XS, XS Plus and iPhone XR, Apple Design Manager has brought iPad Pro to the latest iPhone interface. This strengthens Apple's biometric recognition and gesture management methods for "the future".

However, it has not taken the opportunity to move to the OLED screen. Latest iPad Pros sticks on the LCD screen – even if the news voice calls this liquid retinaa interfere with the older techniques (and do not allow me to start, because this is the edge-by-screen … because I have always believed that the edge is, well, on the edge). However, the display is an important part of the package. David Phelan The Independent:

In addition to removing the home button from the bottom of the screen, it deletes the edges of the screen just like the iPhone XS. Except that this screen does not have a hood. Larger proportions of the tablet compared to the phone indicate that the TrueDepth sensor and the face recognition system of the camera Face ID are space for a slightly larger circumference that runs evenly around the edge. Compared to the iPhone XS this frame is much wider, but in relative terms, it still looks narrow.

Actually, better comparison with the iPhone XR, like this phone, this tablet has an LCD screen, not an OLED screen. It attracts your eyes to think that this screen is a fully curved border, instead of the rectangular screens in the previous iPads. It's a subtle change, but that's a big difference.

Much of the iPad Pro is Apple Pencil. The add-on (which further increases average user-specific revenue), it adapts iPad Pro's reputation as a creative tool. Many of the problems with the first Apple pen have been dealt with, such as the removal of the bullet point of the detachable cap is no longer – mainly because the cap is no longer needed due to magnetic charge and pairing. Daring Fireball Jon Gruber:

When rumors emerged that new iPad professionals moved from Lighting to USB-C, there was much speculation that Apple needed a new pencil with USB-C. This is much better. With a nice touch when connecting a pencil to the iPad, iOS displays the pen on the screen and is the exact size of the pen. It is wonderful. With the original Pencil, Apple did not give a good answer to what you had to keep it when it was not in your hand. The magnetic link corresponds to it. It's strong enough to hesitate to keep the Pencil magnetically plugged when you put your iPad in the backpack.

The second updated peripheral is Apple's folio keyboard. This way, the peripherals should work, connect, and move away. It does, but there are problems, especially when there are only two corners that can be used between the keyboard and the screen. Jeffrey Van Camp for Wired:

It magnetically snaps at the back of the tablet with a nice click and also works just fine. There are now two corners you can choose from, and the keys are naturally separate and have enough distance (depth) and click on them to have no time to adjust your MacBook Pro. Just my complaint? It would be great to have more angles, and the larger iPad may feel a bit unstable if you use it in your lap. As the camera is on the left side, it's hard to develop yourself properly in video chat.

2018 iPad Pro tablets are a ridiculous power, but if you have high power, you need a way to use effective power. What is where the iPad Pro will go flat in the current ecosystem? Yes, there are great touches to the keyboard and pen, and built-in PIM software and media players look great on the big screen … but you do not need the power of the Pro-Power if you just want a tablet – just a normal iPad head. TechRadarin Gareth Beavis:

This iPad has so much power and if you can use it in the spirit in which it was created and harnessed with it, you will probably get a lot of joy from your new tablet.

But you spend a lot of money to get this power, so if your job requires that you have a device that offers power and performance on the go (or you're thinking of taking some kind of creative career or serious hobby) then you waste your money on a new tablet.

People are participating in Apple's new products, which will be held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on October 30, 2018 in New York (Photo by VCG / VCG via Getty Images)

IPad Pro is power, but it needs more direction, more software and more support. If Apple sells this as a computer, it must give people the chance to think outside the box Рand when I donate $ 5 to the Cliché box Рit must be trusted to give iPad Pro users different than Tim Cook and her team.

Set your iPad Pro for free and it could flourish in millions of ways. Keep it inside the garden, and you will still bloom, but it is the same flowering as we have seen time after time. Possibility exists, you can look at the numbers, but can you use it? For some the answer is yes, but for many the right answer is that they have to wait and whether the first and the third-party application support to be improved.

Now read more Apples plans to slow down older iPhones to maintain battery life …


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