Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro’s iPad subscription pricing is simultaneously terrific and terrible

It’s something that the creatives among us have been crying out for in recent years and it’s finally here — Final Cut Pro is on the iPad. And as an added bonus, so is Logic Pro as well.

Both apps look pretty terrific and there is plenty to get excited about. We’ll have to wait until May 23 to be able to test either of them out for ourselves of course. But as with so many things Apple, the good news is still somehow tinged with controversy — and I don’t mean the fact you’ll need one of the best iPads if you want to use some of the best features.


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