Will Capture One run on my iPad?

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  • Stefano Ciurleo

    Capture One for iPad could be a game changer

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  • Kurt Müller

    Kurt Miller

    C1 for iPad... would be fantastic 😏👍👍👍👍

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  • Christopher THOMPSON

    C1 for iPad.... awesome and goodbye LR.

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  • Peter Kaskons

    I would love to see C1 for iPad! I'm surprised it hasn't been done yet. 

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  • jose ayala

    maybe with the changes Apple do to their machines in near future we can use C1 on iPad, Lightroom have now a version for this.

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  • Mike Griggs

    I tried Lightroom for a couple of months, and the only good thing about it is the ipad integration, this so needs to happen for C1

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  • Pavel Derka

    The ONLY way I will again upgrade C1 is for iPad support. If iOs support is not forthcoming, I’m frankly done with phase one and their efforts for good. I’ve used C1 since the first version which processed canon files, which was 2004 or 2005, i believe, but as great as its narrow advantages still are, it’s the end of the line if they don’t get a clue where the future lies. 

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  • Dámaso Chicharro

    Are there any plans to support iPad in the near future? With the introduction of apple silicon seems like a no brainer. Is the 30% apple takes from every app the reason?

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  • Art Altman

    Never a dull moment, eh?  Now that Apple is migrating to ARM processors for their computers, writing a version native to ARM processors could potentially have the added benefit of providing a version of Capture One for iPad.   In the meantime though the Intel version of Capture One should run successfully on Rosetta II, the emulator for ARM processors.

    Apple has a new approach to emulation which is to do a one time conversion of the executable to run on ARM processors rather than use a real time emulator.  So it's feasible that Capture One, the Intel version, could run quite well on ARM processors after the conversion via Rosetta II.

    Personally I'm not so eager to do serious editing on a tablet like iPad, but some people do love it.  Photographers that I know who do editing on iPad really only do that in the field; they prefer to use their computer for serious editing.  That may just be my crowd, though.

     

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  • Julian Styles

    Capture One Pro on an iPad Pro would be very much appreciated.

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  • Fitz Michael

    What’s stoping on capture one making a software for the iPad Pro? The iPad is faster than any new laptop.

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  • David Roy

    Capture One not being on the iPad is the missing magic sauce that Adobe mastered with Lightroom CC. There is a USB-C port and fantastic screen and Pencil for editing. It is a game changer when you can edit these files during a wedding and just leave a iPad out on a table with the current edited photos.

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