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You can see this illustrator figured out that the software based palm rejection is inadequate. He's wearing part of a glove on his right hand to prevent accidental input, similar to what I found I had to do. This small, but important flaw prevents the iPad from becoming the ultimate choice for creating digital artwork. It's not the worst thing in the world, but in streamlining one's production process, annoyances like this are critical, so keep this limitation in mind when considering iPad vs. Cintiq (or even Surface Studio).
sog35 said:dreyfus2 said:The choice between working with Nilay Patel and an anonymous death lead to the expected result. Good choice, Walt :-)
Its TRUE! Walt's article began to get really low quality once he went to the Verge.
He even said the Note7 was better than any iPhone!
Nilay Patel is a real certified moron. Still puzzles me how he got that job.
EDIT: Joshua Topolsky was the name I couldn't remember.
Interesting comments here:So Apple’s path will not lead them down the direction of touch Mac screens, as they’ve stated. Instead, Federighi suggests that making the iPad Pro, which they feel has a better drawing experience, work better with the Mac is the answer.
“We recognize customers often [use both] — we all certainly use both — so we’re really focused on making them work well together,” he says.
“Because we think in many tasks, that’s actually the best solution. So all of our customers should feel free to buy multiple products,” he jokes, laughing. “We encourage that.”
Perhaps the use of iPad and/or iPhone as external surfaces to compliment the Mac experience is forthcoming after all.