Adobe is working on an app called VoCo that will let you edit voiceovers. It is also working on something called Project Stylit that will let users create digital art that looks like fine art. Finally, its new CloverVR is a virtual reality video editing application.
The Astropad lets you turn your iPad into a drawing tablet for your Mac computer. You can draw directly into a program such as Photoshop or Illustrator. It only costs $29.99, a fraction of the cost of a Wacom tablet.
Sorry, I haven’t written lately, but my college has been on Winter Break. This tiny video camera is one I’ve got to buy, after I buy an iPhone in the summer. It works with iPhone 5s and later, running OS 9 or later.
A summary of the review is that the iPad Pro is a good tool for sketching, but not a computer for doing serious work. I have never used any digital device that could come close to giving me the control over my sketching I get with a simple, no-tech pencil. I make drawings and ink them, scan them, and finish them (sometimes) in Photoshop or Illustrator. I don’t need an iPad Pro for my art work.