Apple teases ‘DaVinci Resolve’ editing software on iPad models

DaVinci Resolutiona well-known video editing software, has been secretly touted as coming to the iPad today like Apple unveiled its latest tablets.

Although Apple has praised the M2 chip in the new iPadPro as aiding future professional software, it is unclear which iPads will be compatible with the iPadOS resolution version. In today’s iPad intro video and in the press release from WritingApple has hinted that Blackmagic’s DaVinci Resolve will soon be available for iPad Pro users.

M2’s breakthrough performance enhances an incredible selection of professional apps available on the iPad, including DaVinci Resolve, Adobe Photoshop, Affinity Publisher 2 iPad, Octane X, uMake, and more.

DaVinci Resolve can be used for motion graphics, color correction and video editing. black magic design now develop it after DaVinci Systems did it initially. It is well known for its easy to use user interface. With just one click, DaVinci Resolve’s three award-winning programs allow you to switch between editing suite, color corrector and audio mastering station.

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Resolve for the iPad is not currently available, but will be available soon. At 8 minutes brand of its video, Apple verified it, but it ruled out providing a launch date.

The stunning performance of iPad Pro takes your favorite apps further than ever. And powerful new apps are also coming to iPad. DaVinci Resolve for iPad for color correction, editing and visual effects.


DaVinci Resolve appears to be limited to iPad Pro models with M1 and M2 processors. The performance that a video editor of this kind needs can only be provided by these processors. But at the moment, we don’t know what features the iPad edition of DaVinci Resolve will provide. If this is just a simplified version of the desktop app, don’t be shocked.

It remains to be seen which iPads will support DaVinci Resolve. Stay tuned as we follow the launch news.

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