iPad Pro: 5 things I like (and 5 I don't)

With just one day of use, there are several aspects of the iPad Pro that stand out. Some are good and some are not so good.

The iPad Pro seems to be Apple's most polarizing product in years.

Those that can live in iOS all day are enthusiastic while those that can't consider the device an oversized iPhone with "toy" apps.

Because of my meager computing needs, I fall more into the former camp. After all, I've lived full time with Chromebooks and spent 60 days back in 2008 using nothing but a browser as a test for future computing.

Regardless of that, however, it's not all peaches and cream with the iPad Pro. I can see that just one day into ownership and having shared my first initial impressions. There's much room for improvement; my biggest hope for the broadest potential audience is that Apple add mouse / trackpad support to the iPad Pro.

I'm not sure the company will do that, however. Again I've only used the iPad Pro for a day, but it's clear to me that -- warts and all -- Apple is trying to push mobile computing into a realm where until recently, desktop platforms have been the status quo.