DaVinci Resolve, a well-known video editing software, was quietly announced for the iPad at the launch of the new 6th Generation iPad Pro devices. Although it is unknown which iPads will be compatible with the iPadOS version of Resolve, it is reasonable to conclude that M2-powered tablets will undoubtedly receive it soon.
Apple hinted that Blackmagic’s DaVinci Resolve would soon be available on the iPad Pro, both in its press statement for the Newsroom and in the iPad announcement clip. According to an official statement from Apple, the breakthrough performance of M2 “enhances an extraordinary array of pro programs available on iPad, including DaVinci Resolve, Adobe Photoshop, Affinity Publisher 2 iPad, Octane X, uMake, and more.”
The target market for the iPad Pro family includes the creator communities, and DaVinci Resolve is a well-known programme among them. Making it available initially on the iPad Pro lineup will help Apple set its iPad Pro series from the others.
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Apple hasn’t revealed which iPads will support DaVinci Resolve, so keep checking back for updates.
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