It's fair to say that Ben Lovejoy from 9to5Mac is a fan of the new iPad Pro, including "perfection of the rounded corners on the screen." He increasingly recommends it to non-techies over a MacBook. His one grip is that he believes iPad Pro needs its own operating system – it calls padOS. I can see the matter for this. In particular, the iPad Pro is so advanced that people are making an increasing number of highly-powered tasks on it. The device needs an operating system that reflects it. As Lovejoy points out, Apple argues against converged devices. So why not add an additional operating system to the mix so that each hardware offer is compatible, but has a unique application environment, allowing users to truly enjoy their full potential?
But while iPad Pro does not try to be a Mac, it's an adult device and it needs a big operating system. Not macOS, but rather a customized version of iOS, designed to exploit the additional features of the iPad.
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