Fraser Speirs on some of the frustration points getting in the way of making our iPhones and iPads a bit more “power-user friendly”. As someone who uses his iPad as his “laptop”, I too encounter many of these frustrations on a regular basis. Particularly the issue of moving data and documents between apps and how there isn’t really a good way to send or open a file in one app to another. In part, I think this friction point is one of the reasons writers seem to be among the forerunning professionals who are using the iPad as a legitimate work device. Because the files we deal with are often no more than text. And so “moving a file” from one app to another can be as easy as selecting all, copy, paste. Not everyone who wishes to do more work on their iPad has it so easy.