The power behind the huge screen allowed all reviewers to switch apps and multitasks without so much of a hiccup.
Walt Mossberg of Re/Code found a few areas of annoyance. He said it's too bulky, he found that the keyboard is lacking and that few apps don't take advantage of the sprawling surface real estate.
Mossberg says: "The iPad Pro will no doubt make a lot of Apple users happy, especially if they use it for graphics. But I won't be buying one, and I don't recommend that average users do so either."
The Verge reviewer said, "I've always been a bit of an iPad skeptic, never understanding how people can use them all the time for productivity, even with a Bluetooth accessory keyboard attached. By day three with the iPad Pro, I had started to wonder,could this replace my MacBook?"