Ryan Christoffel writes about key things to think about if you want to adopt an iPad-first workflow.

Software limitations aside, the iPad clearly has a lot going for it; the iPad Pro is a more attractive Mac alternative than ever before. But moving to the iPad still involves some growing pains. The longer you’ve used a traditional computer, the harder an iPad transition can be. There are a few key things, however, that can help make your iPad adoption a success.

I’m not fully iPad-first yet because I still need to get a keyboard for it. But once that happens then my transition will be complete.

Check It Out: Thoughts About an iPad-First Workflow

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  1. W. Abdullah Brooks, MD

    Nice article, Andrew.

    I enjoyed reading it. It has further inspired me to continue to use my iPad Pro, not so much as THE primary device, but a principal device, for all of the reasons the article cites.

    The principal limitation for me is composing and reviewing manuscripts for peer-reviewed submission, in which I have to be able work with cite-while-you-write (CWYW) enabled reference managers, like Endnote, which today I still cannot do with either Word or Pages.

    I’ve written to all three companies, but so far there has been either silence or mutual finger pointing. It’s in all their interests, so I’m hopeful that we can get there.

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