Media: 12.9-inch iPad Pro will run on OS X




Compact iPad mini is popular, but not always convenient for everyday use, especially if you have to read a lot, including in PDF. All the advantages of the model is the size, allowing the tablet to keep you at all times. iPad Air is much more convenient for consuming information, and to create – for example, drawing. However, this diagonal is not always enough. If you believe the media reports, Apple is preparing to release a new model with a 12.9-inch screen iPad Pro, and it will run under the operating system OS X.


The fact that Apple is developing the iPad Pro, sources reported repeatedly. However, the first time it comes to supporting the desktop platform for the Mac. “Sources in the chain of Apple’s suppliers report that Apple is testing two prototype 12.9-inch iPad. One of them is a device “2-in-1”, the second – a conventional tablet, “- writes DigiTimes.

The publication points out that one of the prototypes of 12.9-inch iPad Pro is a hybrid solution and can work as a desktop OS X, and with the mobile iOS. The other is a traditional tablet running iOS 8. In other words, at the beginning of next year, Apple may introduce or heavily modified to operate with touch screen OS X, or “grown-up” and friendly to advanced users iOS, any solution to the parallel use of both systems.

Move is quite interesting, especially considering the commercial availability of such accessories as Adobe Ink and Slide, is a professional pen and the world’s first digital line designed specifically for tablets. 12.9-inch version of the iPad with support for OS X can be an excellent choice for an artist or designer who need mobility, but at the same time, a large and high-quality screen. How will you go through the process of switching between OS X and iOS, is still unknown.

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