Cnet, Engadget, Techradar.... They all say the new Pro is powerful and better than almost anything out there in performance.... but due to software limitations of IOS, it cannot replace a laptop. I have to agree. I have tried to use my 2nd Gen iPad Pro for videography/photography and the lack of a file system makes it incredibly difficult. Photographers take hundreds to thousands of photos for photo sessions. Trying to manage that many photos by uploading onto the photos app, edit and then try to delete all the photos after the session is just ridiculous. There needs to be a way to sort photos and videos into folders at a minimum so that after an editing session the folder can be offloaded onto an external hard drive. So when they showed the iPad hooked up to a camera during the unveiling, I’m not sure what photographer they think will legitimately be using it.