By Todd Bernhard
With last week's release of the iPad Pro, complete with the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, it's logical to see the lines blurring between iOS devices and Macs. Especially since the underlying hardware of iOS devices is almost as powerful as that of desktop computers. Many apps that used to operate strictly in the realm of desktop computers, including those from Microsoft and Adobe, are now available for iOS. Microsoft has gone all in on a combined phone/tablet/PC strategy. And Apple now has one developer program instead of a separate one for Mac and another one for iOS.