Why the iPad Pro needs Xcode
Steve Streza

I keep hearing people saying this, and I get the benefits you’ve listed (forcing devs to use iPad 8+ hours a day), but how would this even work? When I’m debugging, I usually have both Xcode and the Simulator running — how could you do that on an iPad? And as others have said, what about navigating around the IDE? I feel like I’m one of the few who just doesn’t see the value in having Xcode on an iPad…

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