After years of being exclusive to the Mac, Apple has now released updated 

versions of its media editing software suites, Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, for the iPad.

Naturally, the business chose not to go into further detail about why only now, 

after all these years, these items suddenly make sense on the iPad. However, it did 

physical access to your computer—in your home, office, or because it was stolen—

contemplated a 15-inch MacBook Air as early as 2007, before the 13-inch 

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