Most of the new or popular games I've used are all updated for the larger display. The only down side for me personally using the 12.9 inch iPad is when playing games where the iPad is required to be moved. For example: Infinite Flight or Asphalt. It's much more comfortable to play on the 9.7 inch screen purely due to it being less unwieldy.Curious for those with an iPad Pro 12.9, how do you like gaming on the larger screen? Are most games updated to take advantage of the larger screen resolution?
Yep, the screen is great for work too. For me, Teamviewer on it is vastly superior, I can see my remote computers better and can even do some coding on them!Thanks @darkarn & @Defender2010! Great responses I currently don't have an iPad but have used the 9.7 varieties in the past. Playing with a 12.9 display model, the experience seems vastly superior over the 9.7. Multitasking at work with email & office docs and gaming & video at home
My main concern - developers not updating their apps to support the 12.9 screen. Although I'm really not sure how challenging an undertaking it is.Its ok, i prefer the 9.7 in for touch screen controls when holding with thumbs. For some reason, Blizzard refuses to update Hearthstone for the 12.9 screen, 2 years later.
Its not at all. They'll eventually be forced to redo it when everything goes 64bit because they need to convert to adaptive user interfaces.My main concern - developers not updating their apps to support the 12.9 screen. Although I'm really not sure how challenging an undertaking it is.
That's a good question. Outside of an app specifically mentioning iPad Pro 12.9 support in the description or version history section, I'm not sure if there is a way to tell.Are there really AA or AAA games optimized for the 12.9? Like Bastion and the Banner Saga? How about controller support. Do you suggest getting a controller?