Final Cut Pro & Logic Pro on iPad

Final Cut Pro & Logic Pro on iPad

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Final cut pro has finally come to the iPad along with Logic pro. This has been a long-awaited addition to the iPad especially for the Pro users.

The newest generation of iPad pros are equipped with the latest M2 chip which is very powerful and come inside the new Mac Mini and the latest MacBook Air laptops. So, it has plenty of power and if we are being realistic is way too powerful for an iPad.

But now Apple has finally released apps that can take full advantage of the iPad pro, Final Cut and Logic Pro. If you want to see a demo of this one my iPad, check out the video below:

I think this will keep a lot of iPad users happy and with more pro apps coming to the iPad the more useful they will become.

The iPad pro is a great device and is very portable with excellent battery life. You can’t go wrong with this device, and I would recommend it to everyone, however if you have a limited budget and want something that does everything then the m2 MacBook air would be the way to go.

The only downside with these apps is that you will need to sign up to a subscription for each app, which here in the UK is £49.99 a year or £4.99 a month.

This is not bad value for the support but for some users another subscription will be too much, but for others it will be a great way to get started.

I think subscriptions are great as back in the day when I was a student it was £700 just for photoshop as an example and was very expensive.


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