Will Your iPad Run Final Cut Pro? Here’s Compatibility List And Availability Details

As we have reported Apple is finally bringing Final Cut Pro to the iPad. This is great news for video editors who wanted to leverage iPad’s portable design and touchscreen capabilities for video editing.

Final Cut Pro on the iPad is going to be a powerful video editing app, which means there are certain hardware requirements that will need to be met before users download it on their iPads and start using it.

If you are wondering which iPads will run Final Cut Pro or when the app will be available for download, then you are in the right place. You can find this information below.

Final Cut Pro for iPad is going to be a powerful video editing software on the iPad, which will also allow users to take advantage of touchscreen and Apple Pencil. It will have features like scene removal masks, auto-crop features, clip syncing, voice isolation, titles, transitions, effects, ProRes RAW support, keyframes, LUTs, Cinematic mode, ability to record directly into project, ability to import and export projects, and more.

Final Cut Pro for iPad Compatibility List

Apple says at least M1 chip is required for Final Cut Pro to run on the iPad. This means only the following iPad models will be able to run this video editing software.

  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (6th Generation) with M2 Chip
  • 12.9-inch iPad Pro (5th Generation) with M1 Chip
  • 11-inch iPad Pro (4th Generation) with M2 Chip
  • 11-inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation) with M1 Chip
  • iPad Air 5th Generation

In addition to requiring iPads to have at least M1 chip, Final Cut Pro will also need iPadOS 16.4 or later to run.

Pricing And Availability of Final Cut Pro for iPad

Availability: Apple says Final Cut Pro for iPad will be launched for public on Tuesday, May 23, 2023.

Pricing: The software will be available on subscription basis, which means users will need to pay $4.99 per month in order to use it. They will also have the option to pay $49 per year and save $10.

Trial: Apple will provide a 1-month trial of Final Cut Pro for iPad.

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  1. SOOOO disappointing that my iPad Pro 12.9 4th gen that I bought literally new in mid 2020 is already obsolete 2-1/2 years later. I can’t imagine most normal people being able to buy a new iPad every 2-3 years – Apple need to stay forward thinking, sure, but not completely making their products obsolete so quickly.

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