Apple has made an exciting announcement for creative professionals, revealing that its popular Mac applications, Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, will now have dedicated versions for the iPad. This development means that users can now capture, edit, and publish their creative projects directly from their Apple tablets, eliminating the need for additional devices in the creative workflow.
Final Cut Pro, known as Apple’s flagship video editing software, has received acclaim for its affordability and robust set of tools. The inclusion of features like Cinematic Mode, which provides special tools for editing footage captured with an iPhone 13 or later, has further solidified its reputation. Until now, Final Cut Pro was only available on Mac, but with the new iPad version, users without a Macbook or Mac desktop can easily access this powerful editing software. The iPad-dedicated version of Final Cut Pro will be available for purchase on Tuesday, May 23, through a subscription model, priced at $4.99 per month or $49 per year.