The iPad isn’t for everyone. Depending on your needs, it may not be the best tool for you. But there’s no denying that it can be a successful Mac alternative for some – myself included.
An iPad Pro has been my primary computer for over three years, and the device has continually grown more capable during that time. There are still some things a Mac does better, but the iPad’s trade offs are worth it for me. The more time you spend with the device, the more you may learn its weaknesses, but the same is true of its strengths.
Great thoughts from Ryan Christoffel on how to get started with the iPad as your primary computing device. I’ve also been on this train over 3 years, and I don’t plan on getting off any time soon.