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The problem is that the iPad does not run the desktop operating system. Unlike the Microsoft Surface that actually runs windows on it. Until the iPad runs the full Apple operating system I doubt we will see photoshop used in it's entirety on an iPad.
HAving said that, you can use an app such as Astropad to mirror your desktop version of PS onto your ipad and use Photoshop on your iPad just like your desktop. However you have to be within range of your desktop unit.
Yeah i know about that. But is not the same for a professional artist.
What do you mean thay ipad should run full mac desktop os??
Clip studio has just been "ported" to ios and mantaining all desktop features, i think adobe could do it very easy
Ok, I am now in the same boat as you.
I just played with the new iPad App from Affinity. Holy crap! Definitely makes the Adobe Photoshop Mobile App look like Microsoft Paint.
Adobe still sleep