Thursday, March 23, 2023

I’ve been using the iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) for years and it’s been great; However, I was just given a chance to switch to iPad Pro 12.9 (2018).

I’ve been using the iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) for years and it’s been great; However, I was just given a chance to switch to iPad Pro 12.9 (2018). (2021). Naturally, I jumped at the opportunity.

My 2018 was a dependable gadget, but it had a few issues that reduced it as a gaming and working tool. When I used to play sports, it used to get very hot; Keyboard Folio will detect keyboard presses only once per 20 depressions; And the battery life had dropped significantly. I was in dire need of change.

I was hoping that the iPad Pro 2021 would change that, allowing me to spend more than 10 minutes of the XCOM 2 without fire, or work in a coffee shop without the battery dying on my way. But, I was wrong.

When taking the new iPad Pro out of the box, I was surprised by its heaviness. It weighs only 50 grams more, but what difference do those extra grams make.

I continued to use the Apple Pencil 2 of the iPad Pro, though it’s the same stylus for both models. No point in getting a new one, right?

I was also concerned about the weight as I attached my keyboard accessory—instead of Apple’s Keyboard Folio, which I used for my last slate, I used the company’s Magic Keyboard. The Magic Keyboard feels a lot heavier and more rigid than the Folio.

A new Apple device is easy to set up, and when I started booting up the new iPad, it just asked me to take the old iPad nearby so it could start copying over my files.

It didn’t work—and even after the two bullets rubbed against each other, like the two dolls I was trying to kiss, they didn’t want to connect. And I couldn’t use iCloud to backup because at the 5GB-tier I didn’t really have room for the near-terabyte of data I had on my old iPad (and given that I’m an avid Google Suite user, I’m not paying for iCloud on top of Google Drive space).

After all, I just rebooted both iPads and waited a few hours; For some reason, the transfer started working. Why? I do not know. The tablet said it would take 12 hours to transfer all my data – remember, I had about 1TB of ‘stuff’ on my old iPad. But in the end, it was closer to five hours. And after that, the new iPad felt just like the old one, except… new.

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