This update seems to have taken a bit negative stance on the overall reporting on iPad usage, as well as an app everyone loves to tell me they love. However, this is an article I label “real talk” because someone *has* to say it, and that typically means: me.
## Let’s Not Get Carried Away
That was my mantra this past week — as there was no shortage of publishing related to the iPad Pro and productivity. Whether it was going crazy with [clipboard management](https://www.macstories.net/ios/ipad-diaries-clipboard-management-with-copied-and-workflow/), or with [speculation of future hardware](http://www.macworld.com/article/3173253/ios/for-a-bigger-ipad-to-work-ios-needs-some-interface-improvements.html) — let’s just not get carried away. (Though you can’t do [notes with the Pencil on a Mac](https://brooksreview.net/2017/02/using-the-ipad-for-taking-notes-and-planning/).)
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