The MacJury convened to discuss their first weekend using the new iPad Pro. Some of the topics discussed by the panel of Charles Edge, John Martellaro, Don McAllister and host Chuck Joiner include the buying experience, how big is big and how it affects the experience, audio capability, favorite updated apps and external accessories, and how to approach the iPad Pro experience for maximum benefit.
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Charles Edge has written 9 books and over 3,000 blog posts on technology, with a focus on large-scale systems and server management, including Take Control of OS X Server .He is currently a product manager for JAMF Software. When not playing with computers at work, he can be found at home tinkering with computers for fun. His personal blog is krypted.com and you can follow him on Twitter.
John Martellaro is the Senior Editor for Reviews and Analysis at The Mac Observer, and host of the Background Mode podcast. Previously,he has worked for NASA, Lockheed Martin Astronautics,the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Apple. At Apple, he worked as a Senior Marketing Manager, a Federal Account Executive and a High Performance Computing manager. His interests include all things Apple, chess, science fiction and astronomy.You can follow John on Twitter.
Don McAllister is the host and producer of ScreenCastsOnline, a weekly video tutorial service, designed to help people get the most out of their Macs, iPads and iPhones. He also publishes his training videos in the SCOtutor series of apps, blogs at The Mac Screencast Guy, and can be found on Twitter.