Apple's new iPad Pro looks better than ever, but 2 more features would make it perfect (AAPL)

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Apple's new iPad Pro looks better than ever, but 2 more features would make it perfect (AAPL)

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The new iPad Pro is definitely the best tablet Apple has ever made, but it's still not perfect.

In 2010, Apple cofounder Steve Jobs demonstrated the iPad's capabilities by sitting down on a big comfy chair with it, on stage in front of hundreds of people, and showing what it was like to read a book or browse the web on the iPad.

Recently, though, Apple has pushed the idea of using the iPad for doing work. Real work.

The first iPad Pro, which launched in 2015, had a massive, 12.9-inch display and supported an Apple-made keyboard and a stylus, called Apple Pencil. 

Apple also added a ton of productivity features for the iPad in iOS 11 last year, including a dock, drag and drop, multi-tasking, and a way to get files from your main computer — very laptop-y features.

Clearly, Apple wants people to do work on the iPad. But if that's the case, Apple needs to consider adding these two crucial features that would bring its tablet much more in line with other professional workstations.

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The new iPad Pro is definitely the best tablet Apple has ever made, but it's still not perfect. In 2010, Apple cofounder Steve Jobs demonstrated the iPad's capabilities by sitting down on a big comfy chair with it, on stage in front of hundreds of people, and showing what it was like to read a book or browse the web on the iPad. Recently, though, Apple has pushed the idea of using the iPad for doing work. Real work. The first iPad Pro, which launched in 2015, had a massive, 12.9-inch display and supported an Apple-made keyboard and a stylus, called Apple Pencil.  Apple also added a ton of productivity features for the iPad in iOS 11 last year, including a dock, drag and drop, multi-tasking, and a way to get files from your main computer — very laptop-y features. Clearly, Apple wants people to do work on the iPad. But if that's the case, Apple needs to consider adding these two crucial features that would bring its tablet much more in line with other professional workstations.

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Apple's new iPad Pro looks better than ever, but 2 more features would make it perfect

Dave Smith

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Apple's new iPad Pro looks better than ever, but 2 more features would make it perfect

2018-11-01T14:00:00+01:00

2018-10-31T20:38:01+01:00

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The new iPad Pro is definitely the best tablet Apple has ever made, but it's still not perfect. In 2010, Apple cofounder Steve Jobs demonstrated the iPad's capabilities by sitting down on a big comfy chair with it, on stage in front of hundreds of people, and showing what it was like to read a book or browse the web on the iPad. Recently, though, Apple has pushed the idea of using the iPad for doing work. Real work. The first iPad Pro, which launched in 2015, had a massive, 12.9-inch display and supported an Apple-made keyboard and a stylus, called Apple Pencil.  Apple also added a ton of productivity features for the iPad in iOS 11 last year, including a dock, drag and drop, multi-tasking, and a way to get files from your main computer — very laptop-y features. Clearly, Apple wants people to do work on the iPad. But if that's the case, Apple needs to consider adding these two crucial features that would bring its tablet much more in line with other professional workstations.

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