Who Says iPads Aren't Good for Creating Things?

by Techvibes Coffee Break

One of the criticisms of Apple's iPad and tablets in general is that they're built solely for the consumption of media and not the creation of it.

Apple recently adjusted this attitude by making a suite of apps, include Pages, iMovie, and GarageBand free on new iPads. But it's artists like Kyle Lambert who are really proving the critics wrong.

Lambert this week posted a mind-blowing YouTube video of him spending more than 200 hours (condensed to less than four minutes) painstakingly painting a photo-realistic portrait of actor Morgan Freeman using nothing more than his finger, an iPad Air, and an app called Procreate.

The video, which is only two days old, already has six million views—and for good reason. Check it out below.


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