If you said, "Buddy Miles," give yourself 300 bonus points.
I am trying to transition from my venerable MacBook Pro to an iPad. As we all know, there are a gazillion apps for the iPad, but nothing as powerful as the full Photoshop software on the computer. Since we are no longer working, I don't use all the PS capabilities, but I do take a lot of photos... and they all need to be tweaked: color, density, crop, and resize. There are free or inexpensive apps that will do that... but, I have never used them.
I have also been web surfing for a couple decades on my MacBooks, while Joan has been using iPads. I find I have to say, "How do you do ....?" A lot. Over the years, we have downloaded a lot of apps for phones and iPads. Now, I find myself wading through all those while I try to determine which ones I'll really use. For the record, I bought my first iPad when Apple came out with the cellular capable model, with an eye on using it for marine navigation. I have also kept track of songs with an app on the iPad Mini (handy to clip it to a mic stand). Other than that, I have relied more on my good ol MacBook Pros and phones. 'Cuz... photos.
I have to say that touching the screen is not normal for me. I am used to the trackpad. In fact, I have had to keep a close watch on Joan when she is looking at anything on my laptop, because she keeps wanting to touch the screen. ;-)
And, all the while waiting for the e-mail from Emerald, alerting me that the new guitar has shipped. (See where my mind goes?)
Do you see "the face" on the front of this guitar?