In this video I take a look at iPadOS Public Beta 7 running on my iPad Pro 12.9, and just tell you what I like and don’t like about it.
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So you’re an iPad user. You have the Pro, the mini 5, the Air, the 2018… and you want to get the most out of it with the iPadOS (public) Beta. But is the upgrade worth the potential bugs and issues you might run into? Does beta = bad?
In this video I tell of my experience with the current iPadOS Beta 8, and the many iPadOS Beta versions before it. I conclude that at this point that if you aren’t doing anything super professional (i.e. not making a living using your iPad with an app you know for sure works with iOS 12), you should be fine to upgrade early!
I demonstrate every tasks like note-taking, drawing, YouTube watching, email, video editing with the iPadOS Beta.
This mini 5 has an excellent form-factor, great display with high ppi, is a downsized Air 3 with little to no compromises beyond the display size (which is up to personal preference regardless), has Apple Pencil support for drawing, note-taking etc. AND is ridiculously powerful, packing an A12 Bionic processor.
School work? Video editing? Writing? Gaming? This device and go it all!