The iPad Pro is the best investment a student can make in 2017, regardless of whether you want to buy the 2015 model or the most recent one. I have had my iPad Pro for a little over a year now and I use it every day, at every waking moment. Find out which iPad best suits your needs.
All my notes and textbooks are stored on one device. I don’t misplace any pieces of notes anymore. My room and study area are refreshingly cleaner than ever before. The text books we use in medical school are large and weighty. My iPad Pro makes it easier to access all my textbooks. Never before has my school bag been this light.
My note-taking app lets me audio record lectures and play them back later. I used to record my lectures on my phone before going paperless, but it difficult find them later, which deterred me from using audio recordings all together. My iPad Pro, in Notability, syncs my notes and audio recordings in one place. I don’t have to look for them!
Find out which note-taking app I am using now.
The iPad Pro line is a bit pricey, but you don’t need to buy the high-end iPad, to start your paperless journey. Any iPad with at least 256 GB, 64 GB is now too small. I have a first-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro, 128GB wifi model. I am very happy with it and I am not upgrading because I love it too much! I don’t need to replace it, so I won’t.
I’ve always hoarded my notebooks. My iPad Pro is my notebook. For that reason, I can’t part with it. If my iPad Pro 2015 wasn’t as good as it is, I would definitely upgrade. I’d replace it in a heartbeat, If I wasn’t happy it. I simply can’t afford for it to malfunction because I have too many notes on it.