The Apple fans all across the globe have been fascinated by the launch of the iPad Pro.
This device has received a lot of positive feedback from the users and it at the top of the wishlist for many an Apple fan. Sales have been expected be pretty good.
A recent report on the internet has stated that the device is priced at a balking $800, but Apple will be able to earn at least $200 on every iPad Pro that is bought; this 12.9 inch tablet is expected to generate the highest revenue as compared to all other iPads ever launched by Apple.
Apple users state that there is a good logic behind this theory.
According to Apple lovers, the huge size of the tablet, that has added a few extra grams and a couple of millimeters (which no apple fan minds), is good enough to challenge any tablet in the world.
They insist and so do their makers, that the iPad Pro 12.9 inches can easily replace any laptop, because of the large size and the acceptable weight.
They seem to disregard the fact that carrying around a large tablet might be as cumbersome as carrying around a laptop. It comes with a keyboard just like Microsoft Surface tabs, but unlike the surface tabs that provide their keyboards free out of the box, Apple charges users almost 129 pounds extra for each keyboard.
On the sunnier side, the keyboards do not need a charger or Bluetooth and can be attached to the device with a smart connector.
The Apple pencil is another chargeable product launched recently. Under the hood, the device has added an A9X chip and 4GB of RAM for impeccable performance, truly justifying the price that one pays for it.
However, as wonderful as the device is, some really logical users have pointed out certain points that prove beyond doubt that a heavy laptop user would, under no circumstances, support the replacement of the laptop with the iPad Pro 12.9 inch. Some reasons that we really feel worth mentioning are below:
- The device is way too huge to carry around the whole day or hold for long periods. It is even heavier than the heaviest MacBook Air.
- The Keyboard – it is not free and does not have shortcuts to your iPad functions. It rather features keys that are essential to the Mac OS, where as the iPad Pro runs on iOS 9! Goofed up there, Apple?
- Icons are extra large and have actually wasted the homescreen space. Users have commented that Apple launched a large device but failed to tutor its apps to adjust their screen size to the size of the screen. As a result, most apps just use a small section of the home screen and cannot be maximized, defeating the purpose of the laptop totally.