Ahead of WWDC, Apple this week released Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad, bringing versions of the company’s professional video and audio apps to the tablet for the first time. Apple says both apps have been designed to take advantage of the iPad’s touch-first interface, providing the “ultimate mobile studio for video and music creators.” Both apps have subscription-based pricing set at $4.99 per month or $49 per year in the U.S. after a one-month free trial.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is just a week away , starting from june 5th to the 9th. The event is typically where Apple announces new software updates for its products, as well as new hardware. This year, there is a lot of speculation about what Apple will announce at WWDC.
One of the most anticipated announcements is the rumored mixed-reality headset. Apple has been working on a mixed-reality headset for several years, and it is rumored to be released later this year. The headset would be a major new product for Apple, and it could open up new possibilities for gaming, entertainment, and productivity.
In addition to the mixed-reality headset, Apple is also rumored to announce new versions of its operating systems, including iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS 13, and watchOS 9. These updates are expected to include new features and improvements, as well as support for new hardware such as the Final Cut Pro which is going to be a game changer for Apple and it’s loyal users.
Final Cut Pro for iPad
Final Cut Pro is compatible with iPads with the M1 chip or later, and Logic Pro is available for iPads with the A12 Bionic chip or later. We went hands-on with Final Cut Pro for iPad earlier this week, and reviews were shared by other media outlets and YouTubers.
Final Cut Pro for iPad is a powerful video editing app that lets you create professional-looking videos right on your tablet. The app includes a wide range of features, including support for 4K and 8K video, advanced editing tools, and a built-in library of effects and transitions. Final Cut Pro for iPad also supports collaboration, so you can work with others on your projects in real time.
Logic Pro for iPad
Logic Pro for iPad is a powerful music creation app that lets you create professional-sounding music right on your tablet. The app includes a wide range of features, including a virtual synthesizer, a drum machine, and a built-in library of sounds. Logic Pro for iPad also supports MIDI input, so you can use a keyboard or other MIDI controller to create your music.
Reactions to Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad
Reactions to Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad have been mostly positive. Many reviewers have praised the apps for their power and ease of use. Some reviewers have also noted that the apps are a bit pricey, but they say that the value is there for serious video and music creators.
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