The new iPad Pro is an absolute hardware tour de force. This $1,099, 12.9-inch tablet is gorgeously built, with power to match the latest Apple laptops, the finest screen we've ever seen on a slate, and 5G speeds that rival the iPhone 12. But iPadOS can't take advantage of the new power under the hood. Here's what PCMag's tablet expert learned from putting the iPad Pro through its paces.
Apple @ Work: macOS virtualization on iPad Pro would turn it into a powerful enterprise computer - 9to5Mac
The discussion around macOS vs. iOS comes up every time Apple releases a new iPad Pro with hardware that the software seemingly cannot push. In my post WWDC reflections, an interesting idea came to mind...
Last year's iPadOS 14 release featured few big advances, but iPadOS 15, unveiled at WWDC, corrects that situation. The new OS adds some welcome new multitasking options and impressive app updates and our five favorite new features are below. Plus we round up the iOS and watchOS updates worth getting excited about.