I’ve also been waiting for GP for iPad as I’m beginning to lose hope that a touchscreen macbook will ever make it to the real world. Aside from a souped up Windows convertible, GP on and iPad would be an even better and more portable option, while still giving me all that touchscreen functionality.
I think it is important to think and design a porting on iPad. It will take time. Not a problem. We all need a version solid like it is now on computers, so it’s not easy.
I think there are not many plugins yet.
But future is there, no doubt.
That’s just such a clumsy solution and seems so unnecessary. I also own a windows convertible laptop, which literally does everything, but I would prefer to keep my audio-related tasks with Apple’s OS. I would probably just buy a new spec-ed out Windows laptop if something doesn’t show up in the next year or two as touch is important to me.
I’d be happy to pay full price as I would expect it would be a full version of GP, requiring no less work and maintenance for the team as the current version. The processing power and hardware is already there, so my guess is that it’s only a matter of time before an iPad version shows up.
There are many plugins for iPads. Usually less expensive than equivalent on notebooks. This doesn’t mean GP should be free of charge. Maybe a higher price for multi platform.
Maybe a reduced version without scripting? But I don’t know if a full equipped iPad pro can be considered less than MacBook.
Surely operating systems are different but I don’t know details to let me understand technical gaps.