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Apple Releases Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad, Bringing Ultimate Mobile Studio to Creators

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Apple’s Pro Apps are Finally Comin’ to iPad Pro!

Apple just dropped the iPad versions of their popular video editor Final Cut Pro and audio production software Logic Pro yesterday, and creators everywhere breathed a huge sigh of relief. Both apps are optimized for M1-equipped iPads and up, meaning you’ll need at least an iPad Pro from 2020 or later to start craftin’ your next masterpiece on the go.

For a measly $4.99 a month or $49 for an annual sub (after a free month-long trial, natch!), you’ll have access to the full power of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro on your iPad. This is a game changer for folks like me who want to edit video or produce tracks on the couch, at a coffee shop, or wherever inspiration strikes without luggin’ around a heavy MacBook. Sure, file management on iPad still isn’t the best, but with Dropbox, OneDrive, and iCloud built right in, getting files where they need to go is a cinch.

With these new full-fledged versions, our iPads just became serious media production machines, perfect for pros and hobbyists alike. While the iPad versions of Da Vinci and other editing software are available, users may find the file management process cumbersome and opt for the Macbook Pro instead.

Apple’s move to bring Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro to the iPad is a significant step in making the device a go-to tool for creators on-the-go, providing an ultimate mobile studio for creators looking to work from anywhere.

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