Thursday, June 1, 2023

Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro are coming to your iPad today

One of the most anticipated moments for many iPad users is about to happen, and as Apple announced, today is the day the most popular Apple professional apps finally come to the iPad. If you want to know all the necessary information to enjoy Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro in this way, keep reading as we will tell you everything.

The iPad is a device that certainly stands out for its versatility, however, it has always been and remains in eternal comparison with Apple’s other star products, the Mac, and this is also because the Cupertino company has released several On occasions, somehow equated it with this device. The reality is that, at least for now, the iPad is not a Mac, nor does it look like it will be, but it is true that both computers can perform similar tasks and meet similar needs.

About two weeks ago Apple announced one of the biggest changes to the iPad, and it’s that many users will finally be able to work with two applications made for professionals, which until now were only available for Macs , such as Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro. This announcement is, shall we say, historic, as it will cause many users to actually put the Mac aside and use an iPad to work with all the advantages and disadvantages, because let’s remember, the iPad is a Mac. It is not, nor does it pretend to be.

After a few days of waiting, the moment in which users will be able to install these apps on their iPad is really close, and that is, Apple has chosen May 23rd for the launch, i.e. today. At the moment it is not very well known on which day Apple will allow users to download these apps, but certainly the interest and desire of users to be able to enjoy what they want is worth noting.

Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad price

If you want to install Final Cut Pro or Logic Pro on your iPad, you have to pay attention to two factors, one of them is the price that you will have to pay, which we will talk about now, but the second one is also very important. The compatibility of these apps is with different models of iPad.

For Final Cut Pro, only users with an iPad with an M1 or higher can install this app, while Logic Pro requires an iPad with an A12 Bionic chip or higher. The case of Final Cut Pro is something to be seen, because in the end it is an application designed for professional use which requires a lot of power and performance.

That said, let’s go with the prices, which you also need to keep in mind. Whether you want to get Final Cut Pro for iPad or Logic Pro, you’ll need to pay for a subscription that costs €4.99 per month, or €49.99 per year if you want to save some money. Of course, Apple provides 1 month trial to all users, so initially you won’t have to pay anything, after that month you can be able to use the apps and check if it’s really worth using them. Worth paying for.

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