The iPad Pro is the most accessible computer Apple has ever built
This is a review of the 12-inch iPad Pro by Steven Aquino who compares it to a laptop (MacBook). He prefers the iPad Pro. Read why below.
I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with traditional laptops, like the MacBook. I own one of the first aluminum unibody models.
It was my first Mac, and despite being ancient in computer years, it’s still serviceable. I don’t use it much anymore, but it’s fun to think that a machine I bought in 2008 is capable of running OS X El Capitan in 2016 (albeit not well).
My MacBook may be slow and technically obsolete, but it still *works*. Its longevity speaks to Apple’s hardware prowess—design-wise, today’s MacBook Pros are direct descendants—and the Mac’s value proposition.
Though the MacBook chugs along, it’s not all roses. In my experience, I’ve found the laptop’s form factor to work against me in terms of accessibility.
Read the entire article from TechCrunch here: The iPad Pro is the most accessible computer Apple has ever built