MacVoices #18222: Dennis Sellers’ First Weekend with the New iPad Pro

Dennis Sellers takes a look back at the evolution of Mac news publishing, then discusses his impressions of the newest iPad Pro after a few days of working with it. Looking at it as both a productivity device as well as a consumption device, Dennis comments on the iPad Pro’s screen size vs. physical size, Face ID, and keyboards. He also describes what would be his ultimate Apple computer, which may be closer than you think.

 

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Dennis Sellers is half of the AppleWorld.Today team. He has been a newspaper/editor reporter (seven years) and teacher (seven years). He has over 3,000 magazine, newspaper and online articles to his credit. Sellers has written about comic books (Amazing Heroes), fitness (Muscular Development), photography (Rangefinder, Digital Camera Magazine), caving (Tennessee Conservationist), education (EdTech News, Teachers in Focus, ParentGuide News), parenting issues (Nashville Parent, Vermont Parent & Child) and many other topics. He’s had eight short stories published. Sellers has also covered the Mac and tech industries for a decade for such online publications as MacCentral, MacMinute, Macsimum News, Mac News, and Apple Daily News.