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It is NOT almost enough - this quote from the article says it all:
"On a large 32-inch display, there is room for more apps to be running, especially things like lists of notes or a running Twitter feed. On the new iPad Pro, we know it's capable since it's running the same M2 processor found in the MacBook Air."
Apple, quit screwing around and just enable MacOS when connected to an external monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Your crapped and gimped up iPadOS is almost acceptable on the small screen, but when it comes to using the iPad Pro as a real laptop, it sucks wind.
Why doesn't the article address the real elephant in the room - operating systems? Hands down Windows is a better productivity environment and iPadOS 16.2 (beta) is a better tablet environment. No amount of Stage Manager sugar coating is going to make the iPad a daily driver for productivity purposes. Now if Apple would dual boot MacOS and iPadOS 16.x on a 12.9" iPad Pro, game, set, match to Apple.
wood1208 said:Not happening. If Apple feels MacOS should be ported to iPad in whatever size/features version suitable for iPad than Apple will port on all iPads and remove iPadOS. Unless there is a MacOS for MAC and iPad; Apple not going to do half hazard job. Easily confuse consumer base.
What a disappointing mish-mash today Tim. Pro's get M2 and WiFi 6e (do they even make those routers yet?) However, the new iPad Gen 10 get's landscape camera and the awesome new Magic Keyboard Folio, but it only gets Apple Pencil 1 support. Must have a lot of those lying around the warehouse gathering dust, heh Apple.