From Jeff:

I used to flame people on Twitter for saying that the iPad wasn’t a “real computer,” but as I step further away from my iPad, the less I feel like it was ever meant to be a primary computing device. I love my iPad Pro (11″ 2020 model), and I use it for several things like podcast editing, handwriting notes, mind mapping, and even using pro tools like Affinity Designer. Still, most of the apps and tools I use on the iPad aren’t from Apple, which should be telling to any pro iPad user.

Outside of Safari I really don’t use the apps that come with my iPad. There are simply far more powerful apps around than what Apple offers.

If Apple doesn’t believe the iPad is worth it’s own “Pro” apps, are iPad users living in a pipe dream hoping one day the iPad can be their only computer?