iPad Pro, el más grande no sólo en tamaño, sino también en potencia
Apple has released an update for iMovie from iOS that now offers support for 4K content editing on the iPad Air 2 . An option that many miss as the new iPhone 6s could edit 4K video but Air 2 could not.
Starting now, iPad Air 2 users can import videos recorded with an iPhone 6s or any other device capable of recording at 4K UHD resolution for editing in iMovie for iOS. This is not the ultimate tool, but it’s very good for quick editing of events or even news.
Anyway, it’s on the iPad Pro that all this video-editing stuff makes the most sense. As has already been seen through users who have been able to “play” with the new Apple tablet, the iPad Pro not only improves the user experience thanks to its Pen and the adaptation of apps, without being on the market it still cries out for more professional applications to support it. Final Cut Pro X being one of them, a tool that would be a delight to use on an iPad Pro.
By the way, you’ll know most of them already, if you want to take advantage of the camera of the new and even older iPhone, Filmic Pro and iPhocus are two of the best apps to record video.