Remember when Apple released the original iPad way back April 3, 2010? They presented the iPad as the middle ground between an iPhone and a MacBook. However, as years progressed, iPads have blurred the line between tablets and laptops. They offer the same capabilities as a proper laptop, in a more portable way, like what we see on the current version of iPadOS.
In line with these innovations, it isn’t that surprising that customers may be confused about which device they should buy, an iPad, or a MacBook. If you are one of these people, you’re in luck because we will help you out in this article.
Apple’s line up of iPads and MacBooks is growing, with different price ranges, sizes, specs, and capacity. For simplicity, let’s use the 2020 iPad Pro and the 2020 MacBook Pro as the base model.
Both of these devices are capable of doing simple to moderate tasks and boils down to what OS you prefer, the applications you use, and the kind of job you do on these devices.