The way I see it, with the iPad Pros being more than capable to handle a full version of LR I want to hear that Adobe will be releasing an update making the app much more fully realized and featured.
As it is, I have been looking to move my workflow from my laptop to the new iPad Pro, and if Adobe continues their course I will be leaving their eco system and their subscription. And I know many people who are looking into making the switch away from Adobe. Too many viable options these days. If Adobe doesn't want to listen or respond to their customers (I've been using Adobe since the original Photoshop) than I no longer want to give them my business.
The fact this has gone unanswered by anyone from Adobe for nearly a month gives me an idea how they don't care.
And now Lightroom Mobile 2.8 comes out and makes basic features WORSE!
They've taken away Speed Flagging again (LRQ says it will be back, but currently conflicts with "other things"), and the move toward a more "desktop" editing interface (making the photo you're editing even smaller) is a HUGE step backwards.
I can't believe they're still flailing around like this. Speed Flagging is a huge part of the iPad being much better for shoot culling than desktop, and I am (or was) using it on a huge project.
Thank you all to share your thoughs and experience on Lightroom mobile.
I use LR6 on my iMac and was considering bying the nez iPad Pro when I am away...
But from what I understand the features are still limited and if I come back with 2000 RAW files to sync from iPad to iMAc it will take forever...
As you say, it just look like a carrot