I don't really see the necessity of having one, the difference between both the Macbook 12 inch and the iPad Pro. Why bother buying the pro? Just upgrade to the Macbook, it would make sense. I pose these questions, due to the cannibalization of product lines. Only thing I see thats good about the iPad Pro is the keyboard and the pencil, but thats not enough for me to purchase one on the first day. I have no desire to operate strictly iOS in a closed iOS atmosphere, in the terms of Mac OS its limited. All in all if you buy all the accessories and everything you will equal up to the costs of a Macbook 12 inch, which offers portability and much more limitless features in the realm of freedom of a operating system. When Apple boasts the power of a new processor, I find that it's mostly just allure. iOS is limited in what it can do in the realm of power. Power is dictated by what version of an Apple product you have. In reality there is substantial upgrades, but sometimes they can be marginal in terms of percent difference. Here's what I wish, Apple refreshed the air with whatever digitizer technology is in the iPad Pro screen, and I can use the Apple pencil I would be sold. iPad Pro is to large, but I am guessing this is not portability in mind.