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By Jason Snell for Macworld
We live in polarizing times: If you’re not on one team, you must be on the other. Compromise is sniffed at, if not denounced outright. And yet I find myself in the middle between these two extremes. Yes, that’s right: I love my Mac and my iPad and use them both.
In the months since the release of the iPad Pro, the old debate about whether the iPad is a suitable replacement for the Mac to get serious work done has been re-ignited. On one side are people such as Federico Viticci of MacStories, who has almost entirely replaced his Mac with an iPad Pro. On the other are a host of skeptics who say that the iPad isn’t a device suitable for real work—to get the job done, you need a Mac.
This is getting silly.