After years spent adapting what I learned from the Mac to bring it to iOS, what I found on the other side was a more focused, efficient way of working and communicating with people. The iPad Pro accelerated my move to an iOS-only setup; today, I genuinely don’t know how to perform certain tasks on a Mac anymore.
I use my iPad Pro for everything. It’s my writing machine and favorite research tool, but I also rely on it to organize my finances, play games, read books and watch movies, program in Python and Workflow, and manage two successful businesses. While I’ve been advocating for such multi-purpose use of the iPad platform for a while, the iPad Pro elevated the threshold of possibilities, reaching an inflection point that has pushed others to switch to an iPad as their primary computer as well… More at Mac Stories.
This article is not new, but it perfectly highlights what can be done with an iPad Pro given the right amount of time and dedication. The main problem I see is that most people will not make such efforts and this is why tablets sales are dropping. If there is to be an iPad Pro, make the software professional out of the box. Thanks to Vincent for the link.