josehill wrote:it was his "desk" use case that I thought was interesting
i agree. at that size (of the pro), the lines blur too much between handheld and desktop.
skywriter wrote:However, Apple Pen, and a drawing device - depending on the software - has more in common with Bamboo tablet's, for instance. Beyond just pointing, drawing, and clicking there is a lot of context sensitivity dependent on how you hold the pen that is advantageous.
did you try any quick+dirty tests on exporting the drawings from the pro to anywhere else?
i guess there’s the standard apple app + a gazillion more in the app store but are the export options standard formats? could you export a drawing to something which say illustrator could read/open?
i remember talking about export peculiarities regarding documents back when we were both testing the (then latest) iPad but things may have changed till then?
edit: trilingual auto spellers suck and my eyesight is getting worse