Cult of Mac Magazine: Big, beautiful iPad Pro

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Size does matter.
Size does matter.
Cover Design: Stephen Smith/Cult of Mac

We’ve gotten our happy little hands on the gorgeous, huge new iPad Pro, and we’ve got first impressions of the next-gen post-PC Apple tablet right here.

Plus, some Mac-like keyboard shortcuts for your new friend, must-have iPad Pro apps for creative types, a review of The Room Three (a fantastic puzzler in the App Store), and a check-in with Pope Francis, who wants us all to spend time with each other at the dinner table.

So check out all that and a bunch more in this week’s Cult of Mac Magazine, the best slice of Apple news and info this side of Cupertino. Be sure to get your own copy today.

Here’s a quick preview of what’s inside:

First impressions with the big and beautiful iPad Pro

Put your hands on me.
Put your hands on me.
Photo: Leander Kahney/Cult of Mac

Shockingly big and beautiful: Our very own Editor-in-Chief Leander Kahney gets his hands on Apple’s flagship iPad and tells all.

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Use Mac keyboard shortcuts on your iPad Pro

Command keys are the same as on your Mac.
Command keys are the same as on your Mac.
Photo: Leander Kahney/Cult of Mac

Got an iPad Pro? You might be surprised that many of the same OS X keyboard shortcuts are available right on your new giant laptop replacement.

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5 must-have iPad Pro apps for creatives

Creative types should get excited about the big new iPad and all the great apps for it.
Creative types should get excited about the big new iPad and all the great apps for it.
Photo: Umake

Apple’s massive iPad Pro tablet is finally getting into the hands of the waiting public, and now all that remains is the small matter of how to make the most of its 13-inch screen.

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Tricky puzzler improves on already near-perfect formula

Get your Room on with the third installment of this amazing series.
Get your Room on with the third installment of this amazing series.
Photo: Evan Killham/Cult of Mac

We didn’t think it was possible to improve on the amazing second installment of The Room, but developer Fireproof Games has delivered.

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Pope says nope to smartphones at dinner

Selfies are ok, apparently.
Selfies are ok, apparently.
Photo: Catholic Herald

We know Pope Francis is a fan of technology, but His Holiness wants us all to put away our smartphones when seated at the dinner table.

Read more in Cult of Mac Magazine.