1. TgeekB's Avatar
    I’m actually start thinking about sell my MacBook Pro, since i can do everything on my iPad Pro.
    I only use my MBP when I’m doing some serious typing. Otherwise I prefer the smaller footprint of the iPad Pro.
    02-04-2018 04:46 PM
  2. MaxSmarties's Avatar
    I only use my MBP when I’m doing some serious typing. Otherwise I prefer the smaller footprint of the iPad Pro.
    Not even that, in my case (pun not intended) I’m using a Logitech Combo Slim case which backlighted keyboard si quite similar to my MBP’s.
    The only thing I’m missing is an USB port rarely used (but I tend to update via iTunes my iDevices at every major release).
    02-05-2018 01:08 AM
  3. Lee_Bo's Avatar
    I bought my 9.7" IPP as a replacement to the Android tablet I was using at the time. Since I already had an iPhone, the IPP integration was very smooth. I'm also a pro a/v integrator and installer and have several apps on my IPP for design and layout, very similar to what you see on HGTV when they are redesigning a room. That also integrated into my MacBook Pro. I'd say I use my IPP 60% of the time and my MBP 40%.
    02-05-2018 08:32 AM
  4. volsfan0911's Avatar
    Great investment can’t go wrong I use mine every day and night works well with all other apple devices
    Between the two main ecosystems, I am staying in the Apple camp so far. As I noted (pun intended) when going back to Apple a couple of years ago from my Note 5 to a 7+, there was a very noticeable difference in apps, touch ID versus Samsung's fingerprint scanner, etc. And I had missed iOS (especially after moving my Note 5 from VZW to TMobile and not being to update anything, etc.) iPhone X? I generally love mine (iPhone X) except for FaceID (they'll hopefully improve over next few generations). Design wise, the iPad is awesome. I had a 1st gen iPad way back when (2010?) but iPad Pro 10.5" is just amazing. Half the weight, a gazillion times faster with a greatly improved display, blah, blah. iPad apps have improved to the point where I can almost ditch my laptop I think. Apple pencil and external keyboard of course are critical to that. Certainly going to give it a shot when I start grad school this fall. And I kinda freaked a little this morning when my wife called and my iPad rang. Conversation was as good as phone speakerphone would have been (or my watch for that matter). Citrix receiver and WebEx app both worked flawlessly for business purposes today (my boss was astounded that I could attend over a virtual portal from an iPad). And note taking on Goodnote4 is awesome. I could have used a little more screen real estate but am not willing to give up portability for the 12.4" behemoth. I can see literally usually the new iPad as much as my phone. Love it.
    02-22-2018 02:52 PM
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