But i need a portable pc or tablet but i want to draw so should i buy the ipad pro or macbook pro with the intuos pro
i am thinking sell my macbook pro 13 2017 touch bar version and get ipad .... what do you think ?
Gaurav Mishra in the process of this rn have the same mac i went ahead and bought the iPad and I love everything but the price so far the pencil rocks tbh and I can see it helping leaps and bounds in class for college with organizing notes so easily.
With an iPad pro, if you are like me who uses excel a lot, you can't even select non-adjacent cells (which is very important).
Can we expect microsoft to remake the ms office apps for the ipados?
Sam Gurling not for long with new iPad OS in the works. Get ready for Apps like adobe premiere,Logic and Final Cut Pro X to be ported to the IPad in ipad OS.
iPad OS is finally here. Buckle up. Mac users will be watching very carefully and dear I say nervously.
Rene already has a built in Bias because he is an old fashioned Mac power user. For him unless a device has multiple cores and lots of Cooling fans, terabytes of RAM, and is really thick, then it doesn’t qualify as being a quote unquote real computer. There is resistance and push back on the iPad gaining full computer status because it threatens to displace MacBooks and PCs, something that’s quite disheartening to power users of Mac OS or Windows.
From my own observations, a lot of the people who bash on the idea of using an ipad as a main computer are those who cannot stand their own way of living or doing things not being the superior way. They have developed a way of doing things, or even worse, heard other people talk about how things should be done, and just hang on to it without keeping an open mind to new ideas. I got my first ipad just before entering college, which was an ipad 2, and the time I got it was just right for me. I had learned how traditional PCs work, but I was not deeply buried in any system that I could not see exciting new ways of doing things.I get how many people actually have things they need a traditional PC or Mac around to accomplish, and I also go to my laptop time to time for certain tasks I cannot do on my ipad (currently iPad Pro 11). But again, being able to see and absorb new ideas is important. People who just brush off the touch-based system as not a “computer”, will probably soon find out that they have been surrounded by a whole new generation of personal computing they cannot catch up with.
If you have a scholarship you can just use it to buy tech like apple devices/android devices.. even computers thats how i do it and it makes it so it costs me 0 dollars
Can anyone that uses their mac for architecture or interior design shed light on if they are now using the iPad pro and or the newer apps for designs such as concepts and cad for ipad ?
Until it runs Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro this argument is invalid...
Well, after watching this video I went ahead and bought the iPad Pro 12.9. I recently bought a new MacBook Air. Thinking, after watching this video, but I am really not liking it too much,. This is mainly because of the website/app developers mainly. For example the youtube studio. it simply doesn't works, as of today, in any browser - including safari and chrome. until and unless the iPadOS makes such small things ok, I don't think its 'proper' yet. it all depends on the iPadOS now. now I have 2 devices (with accessories) which I am not using at all. ok using the MacBook Air, but not the iPad. and... its just about 5 days old. lol.
I really want apple to make a laptop case for the ipad pro. Instead of a keyboard folio, a laptop body with space to snap/slide in the ipad.
Closest thing to that right now is the Brydge Pro keyboard, check it out if you haven't
U nailed it man... Ios 13 will change everything... But does it bent?? 😂😂 I'm seriously considering one to replace my 4year old mac book air...
I’m sure you have seen the changes they are making with iPad OS 13! It’s amazing, even mouse support. Although I, like you, don’t usually reach for the mouse when using the iPad. I have the 2017 model (12.9) and I think I’ll keep it for awhile. Thank you for your reviews, they are informative.
Do you have the 20l or 30l peak design?
All in how you see it. I have a MacBook Pro 2018 with 4 Thunderbolt 3 ports that offer insanely fast I/O ports. I connect just 1 to an OWC Port expander/docking station and have 7 USB three ports, high-speed Land, HMDI, car reader, earphone jack, Thunderbolt out, power supply etc. I run the Macbook closed in a stand with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse. It's basically my desktop. However, when I need to go on the road I have 1 cable to disconnect and take it with me. For the road a have a very inexpensive port expander that does not require power but gives me plenty of ports. I think it's brilliant. To each their own. It was designed to use with a docking station, no big problem. I have heard the rumors of ditching Intel, I seriously doubt they do that any time soon. Moving to the Intel processor was the smartest thing Apple has done computer wise in years. You can easily run Mac OS and Windows on the Mac, making it the most versatile platform. And in case you missed it, they just came out with the new Mac Pro.
iOS 13 will rule them all. I was wondering if I should buy a macbook Air or an iPad Pro 12.9 . Well today 6th june 2019 macbook Air is the way to go, but in September iOS 13 will come out as the WWDC2019 has passed. Mouse support, external USB drives now are supported and the files mannager app allows a mac OS like connectivity in iOS. so, today more than ever, will the iPad be a desktop class computer replacemente for most (not everybody of course) but for most people: web browsing, listening to music, photo editing ( Affinity photo), video editing (Luma fusion) proffesional drawing (Procreate and others), music production (more or less garage band) text proccessors ( several suites you can choose) extreme portability, social networking.... Seriously, Is there a question that iOS 13 and an iPad pro won't be more than eneough for most people? , even for some proffessional tasks. I guess many people is too used to use a traditional computer so the transition to an iPad won't be easy for them though you've got to experience yourself the workflow on an iPad. I find myself doing everything on my iPad now, with the expception of gaming for that I use my consoles and a Windows PC that I don't even bother to upgrade anymore , as a revolution in gaming is comming with google Stadia, as an stable cloud service and the supper powerfull PS5 and Xbox Two pressume they will be. A macbook.... that laptop with its limitations doubles the price in some cases of an iPad for doing what you can already do on an iPad! but most importantly, what you only do with your computer but paying twice. I think claasic computing and desktop class internals are a thing of the past, there's no need to keep byuing gigantic computers for 2,000$ - 3,000$ anymore unless you need it for proffessional use, such as programming making the beautiful Apps and programs we have today, or you need to edit some hell of a video for the next blockbaster, or there's no point in spending that much money. The future and technology is meant to make lives easier for everybody. I choose to embrace that technology and let companies buy the expensive staff while I enjoy the resoults even being able to create my own with not so much limited capabilities for half or less the price.
Ipad os :v
I wish Apple make a hybrid like Microsoft Surface
I always draw on 8.5x11 white paper and never done it on digital like the iPad Pro and it’s getting my attention to buy one.. but I’m afraid I will not like the feel and touch and not to mention that it will be complicated for using tools in the drawing iPad Pro.. should I buy the iPad Pro? I like to draw the old fashion way but I do want to start a new era of digital drawing technology
dj.Ereck there is some adjustment to switching from the old traditional paper to a digital tablet for writing and drawing. However, the switch isn’t really that drastic. It’ll feel weird at first, but you’ll eventually enjoy using the iPad Pro to draw and write. I mean, I managed to enjoy writing and drawing on the iPad more than writing on paper, especially since there are advantages to going digital. If you do want to adjust to writing/drawing on the iPad much quicker, getting the Paper-like screen protector will definitely help with that.
You can get paperlike matte screen protectors for it. Apple pencil is great, it wont feel the same as a real pencil but its good enough.
I am a user of the MacBook Pro, iMac and iPad, for me laptops are annoying as hell, yes you get all the power but with a small screen and I’m not really into wondering around with my MacBook, it was cool when I had to travel but for the rest it was annoying, I love the iMac and the big screen, it is a great tool for a creative like me and that’s the essence of the computer, something powerful and big this is where the iPad comes in, it is perfect for wondering around, also as an illustrator it is more intuitive and efficient, it is a perfect match for my setup...
The only thing missing for me personally, is the lack of full version of Microsoft Office or Apple iWorks. The iOs version of these apps are too crippled for my needs.
I got an 11 inch. I honestly can’t wait for it to get here man. I also have the 2018 mb pro.
All these reviews don’t cover basic tasks of a device and keep bragging about technical details about video editing etc , I have not edited any videos in 4K while doing multitasking in my life and I am a software engineer, I am alone ?
For basic stuff like emails, entertainment, word editing, photo editing, note taking it's great. I tried to write programs on it i failed miserably lol .
Do you know the release date of the IOS13 in 2019?
@Chromosome Catcher thats just the beta. The full relase will coming with the new iphones
2:26 unbox therapy shoutout
Thank you for sharing. I'm still debating of switching from my 2017 13" macbook pro to ipad pro 12.9" 2018. The macbook keyboard is to disappointing. Ipad pro is lighter. Just worried about connectivity. Alan
I think it really depends on what you want to do with your device. For browsing, youtube,emails,photo editing even video editing is really good on an ipad. World documents will be better when we actually use a mouse. Programming is not the best experience on the iPad though, just limited what i can do with folders, plug ins etc.
Give iOS better multitasking, better file management, mouse support and a touch friendly version of final cut pro and logic X pro. Then there will practically be no reason to have to own a macbook anymore because an iPad will be able to do everything that it can.
So if want both functionalities do you buy each one or so you buy a fantastic resolved solution in a Windows laptop - one windows laptop, such a Surface Pro replaces two Apple machines and you don't have to spend a shirt-load of your children's education fund or mortgage investment to buy it. If you compare the real retail prices in a third world country like Australia - and others - you are looking at around $4000 for the Apple solution and about $1.500 to $2000 for the Windows solution. So, the decision is, two expensive computers or one computer that does both jobs with almost the same functionality.
Surface Pro does everything
@Kodiak and Grizzly Bears i like windows, but yes its really expensive, and it fails as a tablet too heavy and the tablet version is just annoying.
Too expensive and crappy Windows 10!!
We can do multi work on macbook pro, right?
As an illustrator, Ive been using my iPad Pro first gen for the 99 % of my work. No more chairs. I’m drawing on the sofa, with my feet above the table.
What is that moving thing in the background on the desktop?
It's just a cool thing that moves that you can put on your desk. It doesn't do anything
This is not good.. Apple is dumbing down Pc's.. this cannot go well for us further down the track. Solutions could be costly.
I have a iMac for when I'm working at home and an iPad Pro when I'm everywhere else. This compromises I have to make are minimal.
Ah man i find myself touching the MacBook screen too
Matt Mills lol...I do the same thing when I use my MacBook Air... wish they were both touchscreen. Apple needs to notice that some Mac fans and wanna be Mac fans buy PC’s that are offering more for less.
I need a Mac for using hard drive so... sorry İPad you are just a bigger screened iPhone
MBP is based on multitasking. You can have multiple things open ON THE SCREEN at the same time. The iPad Pro is based on UNITASKING. I can have multiple apps open, two (or three) apps open to copy from one to another as needed, and complete the work I need to do without being distracted. My workflow is more about work and flow, than multitasking. I’m more productive on my iPad Pro than I was on my MBP. That’s why I sold my MBP after it sat on my desk for two years. I may purchase a Mac Mini to run MacOS server to track and organize my families devices. I do InfoSec for a living. With iSH I have a “command line.” I can do most of what I need to for my career, I can do all of what I need to for personal use, and can do everything I need to for educational purposes. Exactly what am I missing? I mean really, what am I missing? A mouse is a method of input. I can use a pencil if needed. Headphone port? Bluetooth headphones work great on the iPad, and if I NEED wired, I can retrograde and add that back by using the USB-C port. I even work with MIDI devices when I want to.
I hate the mouse argument. The rat is a technology from a f time long ago. It may be accurate but its not precious but the os ricks you into thinking it is my increasing the virtual size of buttons in some instances. Touch is the future. I got through all of college with the ipad pro. I run a business and website with the ipad pro. The limitations are in peoples imaginations
All folded moaned when keyboard went with iPhone 1st gen and now lol
I got the Mac mini i7 and iPad pro 11. no regrets at all. May get the ultrafine 4k though for dual screen set up.
I think each device has it's own set of uses. I prefer to use a mouse for most things I do, but it's also nice to be able to draw on the screen of an iPad. Having the budget to purchase both devices is ideal, but if I only had a choice of my daily driver for a device it would have to be a laptop over an iPad. I have never gotten used to or liked the idea of having to use my fingers on a device since I have used a mouse for over 30 years and still find it much more intuitive and comfortable to use over trying to tap, swipe, or draw with my finger on a tablet of any sort. I only use my Wacom tablet occasionally when I need to do precise editing on images so I most likely would only use the iPad and the Apple pencil for the same thing and only once Adobe releases a full version of Photoshop for the iPad Pro.
Recently picked up the iPad Pro 11 256gb on amazon for $750. It’s a work horse for sure.
@BrightSky Productions hey?
BrightSky Productions 👋where did you get this?
I recently go the 2017 512gb 12.9 for that same price!