Thusfar the London-based 'iPad Pro as daily-driver' tests have been a resounding success. In contrast to simply connecting at a coffee shop, answering a few mails and sending a few tweets - which any smartphone can easily accomplish - my typical 'London Day' away from our head office is a full multi-tasking extravaganza.
As outlined yesterday, while it's all fine and good to upload PDF's, Word Docs, and even spreadsheets to web sites (as well as attach them to email), one of my big fears with replacing my MacBook with an iPad Pro was simply the loss of a simple workflow to upload new app builds to our test flight system (in this case HockeyApp) to allow our testers and clients to easily access them.
As you know, most of my posts thusfar have been super-sunny, cheery, and lots of love and rainbows for the iPad Pro. And yeah, by and large it has really replaced my 2015 Retina MacBook for most everyday business tasks.