The answer, as always, depends on your taste.

But there’s no denying that the iPad’s multitasking, camera, and overall design are better for video editing than the iPhone’s, which can get by without a separate camera, unlike the MacBook Air.

And while the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X are the most powerful, they can still run some of the most popular apps.

But we’re not going to argue the case.

What we are going to do is review all the major contenders, which means we’re going to make our own verdict.

Which is more useful: an iPad or an iPhone?

If you want to see how an iPad’s screen compares to the iPhone, we recommend you read this article.

We’re also going to focus on the two biggest iPad contenders, the iPhone 7 Plus and the iPhone X. If you need more detail, check out our iPhone X vs. iPhone 7 vs. iPad comparison.

But before we do that, we have to set the scene.

Here’s what we’ve got to choose from, and which one is the best iPad for you.

Best iPad for Video Editing Best iPad screen for video Editing For those who are familiar with the iPad Pro, there’s little doubt that the 9.7-inch screen has a massive advantage over the 5.5-inch MacBook Air, which has a smaller display.

It also has a wider field of view, which makes it ideal for video work.

It’s also more comfortable to use than the iPad Air.

Apple is pushing the iPad lineup into new areas, including the Pro, and it’s starting with the new MacBook Air line.

The new Pro models are the first to offer a touch-screen, which we’ll discuss in more detail below.

Apple has made improvements to the keyboard in the Pro line, too.

While the keyboard is the primary interface for the iPad, the device’s built-in speakers also provide a great audio experience.

But it’s worth pointing out that the speakers have a slightly lower response than the speakers in the iPhone and the MacBook Pro line.

We found the MacBooks speakers to be too low for our taste.

That’s not to say they’re terrible, as we prefer a more full-range sound, but it does put them in the “not a great value” category.

While Apple has improved the keyboard and speaker quality for the new Pro line over the past year, it’s not the only improvement.

The iPad’s Retina display is now wider than the MacBook’s, and the screen is now matte, which improves contrast and color saturation.

The Retina Display’s high-resolution, super-smooth display also makes it a much more attractive display.

However, we’re also disappointed that the screen doesn’t have an anti-glare coating.

This is the same technology that makes the Retina MacBook’s screen so incredibly bright.

It looks great, but the screen can get a little dull in certain lighting conditions.

A new screen coating is available for the Retinas new 10.5 inch model, and while we’re waiting for that to arrive, we’ve seen some positive reports.

The 10.7 inch MacBook has a larger display, but that’s offset by the smaller screen and the fact that the display is slightly less reflective.

Both displays are still brighter than the 9 inch iPad Pro and 10.6 inch iPad Air, and you can use both with Apple Pencil and Air Pen.

But you can’t use either iPad Pro or iPad Air with a Retina OLED display.

The 11.6-inch Retina iPad Pro has a better screen and a larger screen than the 11.5″ Retina Air, but Apple has increased the screen’s resolution by 1,920 x 1,080 pixels to 1,440 x 2,048.

You can see the difference in our video review.

The 13.3-inch iPad Pro is still Apple’s best iPad display, and we still recommend you buy it.

It offers a great display with excellent viewing angles and good color saturation, though it doesn’t offer the incredible clarity and sharpness of the Retinos 12.9-inch model.

The 12.7.9 inch MacBook Pro has the same display as the 10.3.7 iPad Pro with Retina displays, but you can now use both the 12.6 and 12.8 Retinas with Air Pens.

The Pencils 12.5 and 12-inch models have a similar display as Apple’s Retinas 12.1-inch, but they can now be used with Apple’s Pencil.

There are a couple of other new iPad Pro models that are also new.

The 8.9.6 iPad Pro still offers a 12.3 inch screen, but this time it has a resolution of 1236 x 768 pixels.

This display is great for video, and is also the best in its class.

You don’t need a separate screen for photos and videos.

However the 8.7 and 8.8 inch models