That's a fairly large upgrade. Ask yourself if you would be comfortable with the overall size of the 12.9 iPad If you can appreciate a display of that size. Also, I would suggest if you haven't already, go to a store and test the device to see if you like it. But You would have 14 days to return it if you didn't like it.
This.So all in all, it was a great upgrade. The screen is truly amazing and the Pencil support is sweet for the creative types. Everything that I enjoyed using the Air 2 to do from web surfing to photo editing is so much more enjoyable on the larger device.
I would for sure. I did that exact thing along with an Apple Pencil. It is one of the few zero regret purchases I have made. As a poster above remarked - I have been using my iPad more and more and my Mac Book Pro less and less.
It really depends on you. I've got use cases (comic reading) where the larger screen real estate of the 12.9 is extremely beneficial and more storage (512GB) is always a motivating factor for me.
I agree. My Air 2 is still fine from a performance point of view. There are three things that have really made the upgrade to the new 12.9 worthwhile for me: the larger screen, the Pencil and the ASK. All the other improvements are a bonus, but I don't really notice them enough compared to my Air 2 for them to represent a reason to upgrade.That said, the Air 2 is still a very capable device. Based on performance alone, no I probably wouldn't upgrade.
I upgraded from the first GEN 12.9 to the second GEN 12.9 and I would never go to a smaller iPad again I do absolutely everything on my iPad 12.9 except for going into VRYeah, it really depends on how you use it. If your iPad never (or rarely) leaves the house, then you'll probably be fine. It's not something you would necessarily want to carry around.