The iPad Pro now has a 9.7″ screen along with its big brother 12.9″ screen. With both these choices, the iPad Pro could be your primary computing device and you could leave your laptop behind. But should you? Can the iPad Pro be your primary computing device?
Our journey down The Road to Macstock continues with Tom Piper in this next installment on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The next turn on The Road to Macstock takes us to a conversation with Tom Piper, who will represent the Apple User Group Advisory Board. Tom’s presentation will focus on the place of user groups in today’s computing world. He tells us about it, as well as how his iPad Pro has almost completely taken the place of his MacBook Pro.
Dave Ginsburg talks productivity and the iPad Pro in this new installment of The Road to Macstock on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The Road to Macstock is far from over as we chat with David Ginsburg of the Suburban Chicago Apple Users. David will be talking about the benefits and trade-offs of using the iPad Pro as a primary computing device. David also shares some Macstock stories from last year, talks about what it takes to support both Macs and Windows machines, and covers some of the benefits of virtualization.