This process took a few weeks of trial and error as I built — and rebuilt — my workflows and tried to figure out how exactly I wanted to showcase the iPad’s myriad skill-sets. It’s certainly the most involved project (short of designing my wedding) that I undertook on an iPad.
But here’s the best part: With the exception of some of the video editing tools (seriously, iMovie team, you folks have work to do), everything I did on my iPad was much easier than it would have been to make this on a Mac. The Apple Pencil remains, to my mind, one of the best tools Apple has ever created — in a vacuum, it’s a pretty decent stylus; when paired with the power of an iPad, however, it offers almost unlimited flexibility for writing, drawing, precision editing, strain-free navigation, and creativity.
Yes, the iPad is more expensive than a Chromebook. Yes, it has a long way to go before it can be the perfect tool in the classroom.
Serenity Caldwell hat ein großartiges, wie gleichermaßen außergewöhnliches iPad-Review für imore.com erstellt. Doch am interessantesten (zumindest für mich) sind die Informationen darüber, wie sie es erstellt hat.