The few days leading up to Christmas seemed like a great time to finish up my review of the iPad Pro for Tools & Toys.
I sat on this review for quite some time, mostly because I didn’t feel I had anything new to add to the conversation and because getting my hands on the iPad Pro’s accessories was extremely difficult. My friend Thomas Wong was able to find me an Apple Pencil in one of Toronto’s Apple Stores, and then he proceeded to help me find a Smart Keyboard. Once I got my hands on those accessories, I finally felt able to solidify my thoughts on this new category of device.
In short, the iPad Pro has become my most used computer since the day I pulled it out of the box. It’s my most used messaging device, email device, browsing device, and gaming device, rendering the iMac almost exclusively for photo editing and the iPhone for actual phone calls. It’s a truly great computer, with easy to use software and with a few habit-changing features. I’d argue the iPad Pro is the truest definition of what an iPad was meant to be when it was introduced in 2010.
The review is set over 4500 words and about 25 to 30 images. Sometimes you just have to spill the thoughts instead of fire the shutter.
Check out the review on Tools & Toys.