I realise that using 1Password.com in Safari on an iPad Pro is a bit of an edge-case. Nevertheless, I can imagine many situations in which this is useful, desirable, and even necessary. For example, a misguided administrator may decide to switch to iPad full time — I am guilty of this — or simply be on-the-go with a 4G-enabled iPad and no Mac at hand — something which frequently happened to me as I bounced back-and-forth between sites.
On the whole, the new 1Password web application works quite well and the recent redesign seems to have improved things dramatically. However — and that is a big however — many things are subtly wrong, including essential tap targets.
While some links and buttons work, the vast majority require tapping about 5 mm above the actual target, making certain areas of the interface extremely difficult to access. For example, the account pop-over at the top right is so high up on the page that the actual target for the link to the Profile page sits at the edge of the page.
As an aside, there is still no way to properly log out of 1Password.com. Even tapping the "Logout" button will keep the device authenticated. It is necessary to log in again to de-authorise the session — by which time one has created yet another web session from which it is impossible to truly log out. I understand that 1Password.com wants to retain a copy of the account key by default and make it as "sticky" as possible, but there ought to be a way to completely destroy sessions upon logout: all my users, at the moment, have one ghost web session to their credit.
1Password Version: 379
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: 10.3.3
Sync Type: 1Password for Teams