4 More Pro Apps
You could argue that the era of the pro apps on iOS has arrived with Photoshop. But the progress doesn’t have to stop there — and Apple should do its best to catch up to Adobe before it releases its iOS 13 update sometime next year.
At this point, the iPad Pro is lacking several significant professional-grade apps despite its “pro” designation. In other words, Apple needs to release iPad Pro versions of Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X. The workflow possibilities, when you think about Apple’s Handoff and Continuity features, are pretty exciting.