By the time my Wacom broke down in 2016, the 2012 iPad was quite underpowered to run the latest iOS, so it was ripe for an upgrade as well.
Faced with a dilemma, whether to buy a new Wacom or invest into an iPad Pro to replace both my graphic tablet and the old iPad, I decided to put all my eggs in one basket.
I didn’t find any articles such as this one, so it was all based on pure hope that the iPad Pro—together with Apple Pencil—could perform as well as a Wacom. You have to understand, Wacom is THE brand professionals use for digital drawing. It gained my complete trust in the 13 years the Intuos 2 served me. Choosing to go with Apple was a big leap of faith, but it paid off in ways I didn’t even imagine.