2 Make Safari More Like macOS
Many people browse the web on their smartphones — which has led to mobile-specific versions of sites becoming commonplace. But that’s no excuse for the fact that the iPad Pro also displays these mobile sites when it shouldn’t.
Safari on the iPad version of iOS should behave much more like Safari on macOS (it only makes sense due to the iPad Pro’s massive display). At the very least, it should display the desktop versions of sites. But Apple could also add more native support to browser-based tools akin to the Chromebook lineup.