This is the future I want from Apple and iOS 12
For years after Apple released the iPad, people would constantly argue about whether or not it could replace a "real" computer for "real" work. The iPad has come a long way since the first-generation model was released in 2010, but this argument was as silly then as it is now. The answer is obvious: maybe. For some people, the iPad packs all the features and functionality they need to handle whatever tasks they need to handle. For other people, it's missing important functionality so they need to stick with a Mac, Windows, or Chrome OS computer running a more traditional desktop operating system. It's as simple as that.
The one thing that has changed over the years is the line that divides one group from the other. As Apple's iPads continue to get more and more powerful, and as Apple continues to add more new features to iOS, the group of users who could choose to go iPad-only grows larger. Apple still has a long way to go in some respects, however, and a new iPad Pro concept shows us key features that would help take iOS and the iPad to the next level.
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