iPad versions of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro may offer feature parity with their macOS counterpart, making working on your projects across devices easier.
- An iPadOS edition of Apple’s Final Cut Pro app might arrive in 2024.
- The user interface will be allegedly optimized for touch.
- Logic Pro for iPad is expected to follow in 2025.
iPad versions of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro in the works?
Fans have been clamoring for iPad versions of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for years. But Apple’s software for non-linear video editing and its digital audio workstation and MIDI sequencer has remained exclusive to the Mac. However, that could change as Final Cut Pro could hit the iPad in 2024 and Logic Pro in 2025.
That’s according to a leaker behind the Twitter account @analyst941, who predicted the Dynamic Island feature ahead of launch and recently leaked many supposed iOS 17 features, like a revamped Control Center, active widgets, etc.
I wanted to say this last week, but I’m going to Prematurely say it right now.
Final Cut Pro is coming to iPadOS in 2024
Logic Pro is expected 2025.
I found this out the same day I found out we’re getting 2x (dual) 6K (@ 60hz) external display support on the 14.1” model https://t.co/nMqvvMpqRO
— 941 (@analyst941) May 2, 2023
The leaker alludes that macOS and iPadOS editions of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro will have the same features, allowing creative pros to work on projects seamlessly across different devices.
14.1”📱→ 2x 6K 🖥️🖥️ Thunderbolt / USB 4 daisy chain. 2024
— 941 (@analyst941) April 26, 2023
“To clarify, this version of Final Cut Pro will be 1:1 to its big brother, along with a slightly modified UI to support touch,” says @analyst941. Also, they claim the rumored 14.1-inch iPad Pro might get support for two 6K resolution displays.