I also find my 10.5” iPad Pro more convenient than using my laptop at work. My iPad goes with me to my meetings instead of my laptop so that I can take handwritten notes. Unlike a notebook, synchronizing these notes to my iPhone makes sure that they are always with me. When I go out into the plant, I can snap photos that can be inserted into my notes or sent to my colleagues with arrows and instructions.
But I’m an accountant and blogger. My work isn’t exactly what you’d call “creative”. The guy in the linked video is a part of what I thought might be one of the later groups to be open to the iPad, photographers. I figured that the combination of software and need for big processing power would preclude photographers from switching to iPads for a while longer. I thought wrong.
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