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iPad Pro 11 Inch Review: I Work From an iPad Everyday

Feb 27, 2020
I've spent the last two years

work

ing strictly with an iPad Pro. I've previously owned both generations of the 12.9-

inch

iPad pro and love them. I use them for everything, including writing, video editing, and recording podcasts. I

work

with the iPad because it's an interesting option. platform I've always enjoyed it the new development plus exciting new apps make it an interesting place to do my work so I don't think everyone has to work from the iPad but for those of us who would like to, here's one Different version on the new iPad Navigate in the latest offense Apple announced two new iPad Pros with a fresh design.
ipad pro 11 inch review i work from an ipad everyday
I decided to go with the 11-

inch

256 gig Space Gray model that I always got from the larger iPad, but I was curious if it would work. the smallest. I was originally going to go for the one terabyte model, but those were too expensive for me. I was also planning to get the gold version but Apple stopped baking it for these builds. One of my biggest complaints about the modern A. What is certain is that professional devices cost more money and become fewer color options. So far, I am very happy with my decision. I think the 11-incher works, but it's also extremely portable right out of the box.
ipad pro 11 inch review i work from an ipad everyday

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You can tell that the iPad has been completely redesigned and rethought from the ground up. The display on the smaller iPad Pro has gone from ten and a half inches to an eleven-inch screen, the bezels, while minimal, give users a good area to hold the device, this really helps prevent accidental touches. Apple likes to call it an edge display edge and while I don't agree with that description I see their point, while it's a completely gorgeous display I'd say it's a more minimalist bezels display that's called Liquid Retina while it sounds awesome turns out it just means it has rounded corners the rounded corners make the device feel more modern though it looks and feels clearer than any previous iPad screen and for those artists or people who want to edit video and fix the color. n and its color reproduction will be amazingly accurate it's a stunningly beautiful screen the edges are now in a flat design which reminds me of the iphone 5 days this was clearly designed so that the stylus would have somewhere to store and charge along one of the long edges when i first saw the design revealed i was worried it would make the device uncomfortable to hold but i found that it wasn't the case actually i really enjoy the design and would love to see this on the iphone with the speakers the

ipad

pro has always been good but it's gone up to 11 on this model they now have separate tweeters and subwoofers for much louder and clearer sound overall they are smaller speakers from the previous generation but that doesn't degrade them at all, as someone who edits audio I'd be comfortable just editing these speakers, but don't be that person in the coffee shop who makes Apple's audio equipment killing it if Since the original iPad with the a4 processor, Apple has been making its own custom chips for its iOS devices and they get faster and more capable every year.
ipad pro 11 inch review i work from an ipad everyday
This year's 12 X chip is no exception to the way we typically measure CPU performance it's using deep bench scores the higher the score the better the performance and the scores for a 12 X chip rival some Macs modern ones including the MacBook Pro. I've been working on luma fusion and although my previous 2nd gen was good at it. sometimes had hiccups when working with large 4k video timelines, this new iPad pro just gets through them with no hiccups or slowdowns, export times are much faster too and the same goes for editing podcasts, nothing to worry about i can throw this

ipad

away so it feels slow the chip is awesome and there is no way i can go back to using one of the older ipads so for someone who works and lives off an ipad doing creative work having a fast device is incredibly important to me with these new iPads Apple said goodbye to the Lightning port on the iPad pro and hello to USB look if you're already fully invested in the iOS ecosystem this could be a bit jarring I had a plethora of Lightning cables and accessories and frankly , they can no longer be used with the new iPad pro including the 1st generation Apple pencil in the new USBC world it's all about adapters and I've asked do some.
ipad pro 11 inch review i work from an ipad everyday
I'm going to do a separate video focusing on the different types of adapters you can plug into this thing because there are so many, but for now let's talk about what USB sees breaks the iPad that lightning didn't. First there's the ability to charge devices like the iPhone and Air Pods I found this to be incredibly useful the other day when my Air Potts case died and I wasn't anywhere near a charger. I connected my Nintendo switch to the iPad and the switch charged the iPad pro. I honestly thought it would be the other way around, but I guess that's it. does it mean i have an extra battery case if my ipad ever dies the next thing is to import from a camera you can connect a camera and it will open the Photos app and you can start importing photos or videos this also happens when you connect an iPhone to using the usb c2 lighting cable a lot of people have been talking about connecting an external monitor as it's a new feature but it's actually been around for a while as long as you have the right adapter but what's new is the ability to output 4k at 60 Hertz unfortunately I don't have a 4k screen but I have a 27 inch 2560 by 1440 monitor and it looks great I can only upgrade to display different content on the external screen than what is on the iPad unfortunately the apps which I use every day as luma fusion could benefit from this but it hasn't been updated to support it, hopefully you'll see external monitor support as some sort of mod soon to at this time. tilted.
It would be a game changer or Apple could just add mouse support and that would make any monitor work fine with the iPad. If you're going to buy a monitor specifically to connect to the iPad, I recommend making sure the app you use is compatible. At first this is a hardware

review

, but I can't help but wish the iPad had at least another USB C port. I think that with two ports we could use the adapters we need, be it a headphone jack, USB or SD. HDMI card reader whatever and also being able to charge at the same time I don't think we'll see dual ports on the iPad pro anytime soon but if we do get it I think that would be great I'd also like to see external storage support come to the iPad pro now that we have USB.
It would be very trivial for Apple to add external storage support to the Files app. I'm happy to see USB C coming to the iPad pro, especially before the iPhone. Is Apple Saying This Is A Real Computer Ready For The Spotlight? The headphone jack has now been removed. ed of these devices Apple says it has to do with the Liquid Retina display and not having enough space for the port. I wish they would have found some way to keep it. My workflow really benefited from having that, especially when it came time to record a podcast. I think for most people it will be fine as people have been transitioning to wireless headphones anyway as phones have been missing those ports for years for me though I wish the battery life would have been kept on this computer.
I didn't leave it and there were still 2 days left to charge it. I was able to record an entire episode of a glass slab which takes about 2-2 1/2 hours with the screen on the whole time. I only used about 20% of the battery which is with a Skype call in the background Google Docs and Safari open Apple stopped giving exact numbers on how long the battery should last and started saying it lasts all day but I found it to be even b Better than that, the keyboard for this generation of iPad pro has also been redesigned. Apple now calls it a folio case, which means it covers both the back and the front.
I like it because it has better support for the iPad and you don't. i have to do some weird origami to undo the keyboard it also feels so much better on your lap since it's a solid piece the old one because the base wasn't solid it would just fall off in my lap every time this new one feels like i could use it as a traditional laptop it's sturdy and won't fall over any time soon this is helped by the fact that the cover is one solid piece all i will say is this was apple's chance to make the case Whatever color this thing defaults to looks boring, it's black plastic.
I added some decals to mine to make it look a bit more personal, but it would have been nice to get some colors now that we've gone over what's new and what's different. Let's talk about the iPad. to work first the little iPad pr Compared to the big iPad pro, the biggest software difference between the two is the fact that you can display full-screen iPad apps side by side on the big, but the small it can only display the full screen iPhone app versions of those apps. side by side, everything is still there, you just see what you would see on the iPhone, so the layout may be a little different.
I don't think this is much of a problem for most people the week I've been using the smaller one. one, it's been completely fine and honestly I keep forgetting that this is the case. I think in general if you're going to be doing a lot of multitasking, the big ones will be better if you travel a lot. the sofa or really any area that isn't a desk, this is where the smaller iPad pro excels, it's great because it's super portable but at the same time it's a very capable machine. I love the 11 inch iPad pro it's a great machine to throw in a bag and take to a coffee shop at work and I'm like the 12.9 it's very easy to hold one handed while sitting on the couch and working on the next shortcut I'm going to make a video about but I think if you're someone who works primarily with the iPad and spends most of your day working at a desk you'd really benefit from getting the biggest one for me I feel like I'm constantly hunched over the 11-inch model while sitting at a desk and until we get the western world style tablets where you can fold them out and make them bigger, I think the bigger iPad is a better bet for someone like me who works a lot on a desk now i'm not getting rid of my ipad pro 11 inch it's my favorite computer i've ever owned i like the ability to work with it anywhere all twelve one nine inch it's too big or uncomfortable to work mostly on the couch, so I'm probably going to use both.
I know this may sound a bit excessive, but I spend a lot of time with these and the 11-inch works great. in some cases and the 12.9 inch for me is going to be my desktop work machine t The 11 inch is kind of a backup computer that I can use to retweet and RSS play games create shortcuts and do work that It doesn't really require a much larger screen. I'd also like to have a second iPad next to me as I'm working this way. I can refer to any previous note or video. I need to work almost as if I had two monitors.
Also if we get a bunch of new features in iOS 13 on your iPad it's not a good idea one thing that seems to be happening more and more Pro apps are coming to the iPad at the iPad event we saw Photoshop on display and it was really cool , it really is the complete Photoshop that I go to to brush up on my Photoshop skills so I can show it to you guys when pun comes out with the intention of all these great 3rd party pro raps coming out but we don't have Apple pro apps yet I really hope see final cut logic and Xcode coming soon to iPad a big area of ​​controversy has been the iPads OS, many

review

ers call it a big iPhone and the fact that you can't really do any real work on the iPad seems to be getting forgotten of features like image dock and image drag and drop multitasking and that's okay because I partially agree with them, the iPad needs site stronger functions for many people.
I hear it mentioned all the time that there is no native way to handle zip files and that the best solution is a shortcut, but a lot of people don't. You don't want to go creating a shortcut every time you run into a roadblock. I would also love to see the ability to support external storage come to the iPad and also the ability to have two windows of the same app side by side. coming soon, but I think it's completely unfair to say you can't do real work on the iPad just because you can't do work on it.
I hear every day from people who work 100% with the iPad and it's great to hear these stories. this video is also 100% producedfrom the iPad. I wrote the script in dra. fts recorded the vo and ferrite imported the video into photos then ran a shortcut to move those videos to the files app and remove them from the Photos app and then used luma fusion to edit everything together for almost two years each of my videos it's been produced from the iPad, so I think it's ready for real work, but it's not done growing yet.

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