- It’s convenient like you’ve never known before.
- It’s different than a laptop but still a usable machine.
- It still doesn’t quite function like a “computer” computer.
- 1. Don’t be afraid to invest time and money into apps. Find which ones work for you, and pay for the good ones if you need to.
- 2. Spend time learning the iPad’s features. There are many unintuitive ways it can smoothen your workflow.
- 3. Get AppleCare.
- 4. You’ll probably need to buy more iCloud storage, since working with external drives on the iPad is still a pain, especially with large files
Miscellaneous things, that I must mention -
Battery life: Excellent. Lasts a full workday unless I’m editing or watching videos.
Speakers: Crisp and beautiful sound.
Screen: Gorgeous and bright, Dark mode is a lifesaver.
First-party keyboard: Pretty good, but I wish it was backlit.
Apple Pencil: Amazing and surprisingly durable.
Durability: No signs of slowing on the software end, and the hardware still looks fresh.
Weight: You hardly notice it. It’s like carrying a regular paper notebook.
Looks: Classy, hipster, conversation-starting.
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