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Tips and tricks iPad users should know about

iPads are great devices for productivity, entertainment, and more. These versatile Apple tablets are capable of doing a lot -- including building and publishing apps. And even if you're on a limited budget, there's an iPad for you -- for the company manufactures various models with different specifications and price tags. So whether you're looking for...

First 10 things to do with a new iPhone or iPad

Apple products are known for their durability, and they tend to be supported for years to come. The company has been manufacturing several models of its iPhone and iPad lineups to match almost all budgets and needs. If you don't want to spend a fortune on an iDevice, you're no longer limited to older, outdated...

Swift Playgrounds now allows you to build and publish apps on your iPad

Swift Playgrounds was first revealed during WWDC in 2016. The app initially would only work on iPads, but Apple has recently expanded support to include macOS, too. Last June, the company announced during WWDC21 that Swift Playgrounds 4 would allow iPadOS users to publish iOS apps directly from their iPads, without needing Xcode on a...

A complete guide to Apple Subscription Services: Pricing, Availability, and more

Apple has a long history when it comes to online services -- both free and paid ones. Over time, some were discontinued, while others have evolved into upgraded versions that better serve the modern world and suit users' needs. One of the most known services today is iCloud. It allows users to store up to...

iPad Mini 6 Review: The perfect powerhouse for portable productivity

Small isn’t always better – in fact, we’ve been conditioned to believe that bigger is always better. When people see a bigger screen, they assume a better camera or better photos even if the camera hardware isn’t anywhere near as good. Or when you hear of a higher processor number – or more RAM for...

iPadOS 15 Developer Beta 1 Hands-On: Quick Notes is a gamechanger, split-screen finally works well

I recently wrote an opinion piece about how iPadOS holds back the new M1-powered iPad Pro, because what good is having super-powerful silicon that can outperform Intel-powered desktops if the software on the iPad itself is just a blown-up version of the iPhone UI? Among my gripes were limited multi-tasking and a restricted homescreen. Well, Apple...

These Apple devices are eligible for iOS 15, macOS Monterey, iPadOS 15, and watchOS 8

Today was a big day in the world of Apple news. At its annual WWDC 2021 developer conference, Apple unveiled new versions of its operating systems for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. The latest versions of each are iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8, and the first developer preview beta...

iPad multitasking won’t be as terrible with iPadOS 15

For at least a few years now (and arguably since the first model), iPads have had capable hardware held back by strange software limitations. The recent iPad Pro refresh with an M1 chipset didn't solve much, pairing Apple's super-powerful chip with a limited OS, but the upcoming iPadOS 15 update is set to fix at...

Apple is finally bringing widgets on the home screen to iPadOS 15

Today, Apple held its keynote for WWDC, announcing new software updates like iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, tvOS 15, and macOS Monterey. For iPadOS 15, Apple is finally delivering some key iOS 14 features like home screen widgets. Indeed, last year, the Cupertino firm delivered home screen widgets for the iPhone, but iPad users...

What do you want to see from Apple at WWDC 2021?

Apple's annual developer conference is scheduled to take place tomorrow. Like last year's event, WWDC 2021 will also be held virtually due to the challenges of holding an in-person event amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. However, despite these challenges, Apple is expected to announce exciting changes to its entire suite of operating systems, including iOS, iPadOS,...

Will the iPad Pro 2021 be updated to iOS 15 by Apple?

Apple will release the iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 operating systems later this year, most likely in September. As has been its track record, the company will push these upcoming updates to a number of the existing iOS and iPadOS devices. If you've purchased the 2021 iPad Pro or are planning to, then you might...
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