Apple seems to be backtracking a little on the iPad will replace the PC thing, but that doesn’t mean iPad Pros don’t need to become more pro – and the company is missing some low hanging fruit that will definitely make those Apple tablets taste better.
The ‘Pro’ apps
Look at what you can do with Logic Pro X on an iPad (or iPhone) for a sense of what is possible when apps go iPad Pro.
If you use that app on your Mac you can remotely add new tracks to a Logic sessions from your iPhone or iPad, even when your Mac isn’t with you. You can use iCloud to upload GarageBand-compatible versions of Logic projects from your Mac, which you can open and work on using GarageBand on your iPad device,