Does it mean that a "Pro" device is a device for business? Would it have been better to call it iPad Plus?
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IPad Pro: an iPad focused on productivity
Personally I have a theory, and it is most likely to agree with the conclusion that many of you will have reached. The most logical thing is to think that Apple used the "Pro" nomenclature because the iPad Pro is mainly focused on productivity.
So, either the iPad Pro has received its name from the word "Productivity" (Productivity) or by the word "Professional" (Professional). For the moment, and if you let me, we will leave aside the word "Profession".
Tim Cook, in Keynote's first iPhone Pro , launched the question: "Why would anyone want to keep buying a PC?". This question clarifies the objective that Apple has in mind, think of a future without PCs and bringing touch technology to a higher plane.
But, if that were the case, Apple would have a really complicated challenge. In fact, if you think about it call an iPad Pro in order to leave behind the PCs would require that the device be able to handle any file and have features such as support for SD cards, USB ports, file management, mouse ... right? In that case, rather I recommend a Surface Pro 4 .
On the other hand, it is difficult to think that Apple wants to leave the PCs aside, as it would obviously affect their Macs and MacBooks. And they are an important source of revenue for the company. Also from Cupertino have always ensured that they do not believe in the possibility of creating a hybrid between macOS and iOS. What do you think about it? Why do you think the iPad Pro is called that?