Real World Test Last year Apple transformed the fortunes of its iPad. In the spring the iconic fondleslab looked so neglected, it was declared “done”. Sales were half of what they had been at the iPad’s peak.
Then in June, the biggest software update in years, iOS 11, transformed the iPad from a glorified picture frame into something resembling a modern computer. It was as if a brand new computing platform had fallen out of the sky.
Multitasking, drag and drop and file management had all been addressed. Add this to much improved hardware specs in the new Pro line, and the promise was: you could use this for most of your work – perhaps all of your work.
But how much work?