It's time to try working with an iPad again. It has been a long time since I used an iPad and my old ones are in a drawer somewhere not being used. I decided to try an iPad pro because of the latest changes and because I see more and more people using it for design purposes. I am also curious to see how well it can replace a laptop in my daily work.
Getting a small iPad pro will be a very interesting experiment and I look forward to see what creative tools I can use with it. Things like discovering which note taking app that works best for what purpose will be fun and trying out the design tools like Procreate with the Apple Pencil is exciting.
I use Office 365 pretty much every day so it will be fun to see how that works on an iPad. I already use it on my iPhone so I know it will be a pretty solid experience. From what I have seen many of the issues I used to feel was holding me back is going away with the new iPadOS. That even includes mouse support and font management.
The thing I look forward to most is using the Apple Pencil. I have had this itch the last few months to draw again and I very much look forward to take the Apple Pencil for a test drive. I scribble a lot when I plan or think. This is usually done on paper, but I want to try the iPad pro to see if it can act as a medium for that as well. I have not purchased any screen protector yet, but I probably will get something like PaperLike, just to see how it feels.
I should get this on Wednesday if all goes as planned so I'll probably write a review for it later this week.