Join the discussion: Do you have any regrets buying the 12.9-inch iPad Pro?
If you've picked up the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, you'll know how awesome the device is regardless of what you're using it for, but now first-time buyers are asking: Do you have any regrets buying the 12.9-inch iPad Pro?
Some people say that they love their 12.9-inch iPad Pro and use it daily!
… While others say they did regret their purchase, adding that it was far too big to carry around and that they ended up selling it.
At the end of the day, what do you think?
We're always having some awesome discussion in the iMore forums, so join us and let us know your opinion on whether the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is worth it or not! We look forward to seeing you there.
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I would never give up my iPad 12.9 as its perfect for my construction job as well as a second screen with my MacBook Pro.
All these products are rativaly cheap to buy for many. I don't cre much for people wining about small costs.
I don't understand why this question was even asked about the iPad 12.9 size as surly their is better things to write about.
The ability to multitask with a large screen cannot be understated. I love being able to stream a baseball game (ESPN or Fox Sports app), minimize it down to a corner, and get work done. Running two Safari pages side by side with a large screen is also very nice. Recently, Readdle introduced drag and drop between their own apps. This is a big productivity boost! Scan, edit, email all within the screen. I realize that some people require the use of a full blown PC/Mac but the iPad is now a standalone computer for the masses. As more apps begin to implement multitasking on the iPad, I actually prefer it to my MacBook Air. The Dish Network Hopper app on my Mac is a hog. It now requires its own app that is slow, limited and light on features. In contrast, their iPad app is snappier, has way more features and includes the ability to control your Hopper. I now take my iPad Pro 12.9 with me everywhere, I love this thing! (PS, the Pencil is worth it if you're going to take notes, draw or annotate PDF's.)