Final Cut Pro for iPad Pro
Of course, it’s not just iPadOS 15 that needs to grow up into a more powerful operating system – the other biggest limitation in the world of the iPad Pro is the dearth of truly “pro” apps that are available for the platform.
Apple has reportedly been working on iPad versions of its Pro apps for at least a year now, but while the new M1 iPad Pro would have been the perfect time to unveil at least some of these, the company remains tight-lipped about its plans.
To be fair, Apple isn’t the only one that doesn’t offer full-featured professional apps for the iPad. It’s been a slow road for Adobe as well, but frankly we’d expect Apple to lead the way on this one. At this rate, we could see Adobe’s Premiere Pro and Audition on the iPad before Apple has Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro ready.