Traveling with an iPad Pro isn’t new to me. I’ve used the previous iPad Pro as my main commuter computer and, before that, other iPads. They’re great for quick reading, communicating, writing on a keyboard, and… for me, that’s about it.
Keep in mind, I’m on a New Jersey Transit train for at least 45 minutes each way. (With recent construction hold-ups, it’s closer to an hour and a half.) On my ride, I’m trying to get work done. To date, there have been limits to the iPad’s productivity and multitasking workflow that made it a difficult device, for me, to replace my laptop. But I muddled through on my commute, choosing its portability over a laptop.