Leica is to produce a dedicated FOTOS app designed specifically for the iPad. This was revealed in a letter to a customer which was reproduced here on Leica Rumors.
With the latest operating system upgrade, Apple has created iPadOS to free the tablet from the restrictions imposed by a one-size-fits-all smartphone/tablet system. As I know from personal experience, the latest iPadOS running on my iPad Pro takes tablet computing to a whole new level.
It is so impressive that, for the first time, I can envisage being able to do almost all my work on the tablet. I have shelved plans to replace my old MacBook, which was used exclusively for travel, and now intend to rely on the iPad.
Until iPadOS arrived, I found it very difficult to work with the WordPress application when created posts for Macfilos. The biggest problem for me under the old system was the
So far I have not experimented with using the iPad for photo processing. I still import exclusively to Lightroom on my MacBook Pro. Now, with iPadOS, there is support for external drives and I shall be exploring ways of importing direct to applications rather than having to rely on Apple Photos. Any tips and workflow details from readers will be very welcome since it isn’t an area I have explored.
Distancing the iPad from the iPhone makes a lot of sense and opens up opportunities for greater synergy between MacOS and