• It is great to see that Adobe is facilitating development of photographic tools on the iPad, however the current offerings are of little value - in my humble opinion. For field use it means that you still need to have a laptop present, so what's the point of the iPad?

    With iOS Apps like Air Display, we can already have the iPad act as a wirelesly connected 2nd display, or as a remote touch pad, and with these the features are available for all programs, not just PS. I can also leverage inexpensive iPad Apps to transfer images from laptop to pad, not to mention that the Camera Connectivity kit provides both USB and SDHC downloading facilities.

    What would be a really useful resource is to have a series of articles looking at the cream of the vast array of photo and video apps on the iPad, as iStore doesn't allow a try-before-you-buy shopping model.