Photoshop on Ipad are not useable for professional photo retouchers. I don't need PC versions of these programs because I switch to Ipad it's faster than my PC 😄 I need on Ipad: RAW upload, camera raw (the same as in 12 version with options like sharpening/noise/light corrections/color grading. sharpening tools was perfect in this version), patch, pen tool, healing brush and spot healing brush in quality as in Photoshop CC (there were problems on Ipad with clone and mix color from textures, after use healing brush these spots was in different colors than the rest of the photo near these spots) + liquify and presets and basic actions.
iPad Photoshop is a minimalistic subset of Desktop Photoshop. Current feature set works great BUT it lacks many features. My issue is not quality BUT why the glacierly slow rollout of incremental features. Tiny companies like Affinity Photo, LumaFusion and Procreate rollout massive features in months while Adobe implements a new SINGLE feature every other month.
I'd imagine one of the iPad's significant limitations for pro imaging use, is the absence of display colour management?
Unless one is just making work for other iPads? They do seem reasonaby consistent, one to the next, as are iPhones.
I hope this helps neil barstow, colourmanagement net :: adobe forum volunteer google me "neil barstow colourmanagement" for lots of free articles on colour management [please only use the blue reply button at the top of the page, this maintains the original thread title and chronological order of posts]