You’ll soon be able to use Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro on your iPad, according to Apple, that is, as long as you have one of the latest models and are willing to spend $4.99 a month per app (or $49 a year).

Up to now, the video editing software Final Cut Pro and the audio editing software Logic Pro have been available on macOS desktops/laptops, with this update they both are coming to Apple's tablet. But what do these tablet-specific versions offer over their non-subscription-based desktop counterparts? And what does this move to subscription pricing mean for the future of Apple apps, including the desktop versions?