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How to view saved WiFi passwords on iOS 16 and iPadOS 16

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC22. When compared to 2021's major releases, these new operating system (OS) updates pack A LOT of visual changes. The iPhone has become more customizable, while M1 iPads now support resizable app windows. In the meantime, Apple has streamlined the Mac's...

Apple might delay iPadOS 16 till October to provide a smoother experience

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC22. These major updates to the company's operating systems pack features and changes that are truly exciting. For example, the iPhone Lock Screen will get completely overhauled with customization and widget support. Meanwhile the Mac will become more streamlined -- thanks...

How to use FaceTime Handoff on iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC22. These major version bumps come packed with features that further enrich their respective devices and make our lives easier. For example, the new iPhone Lock Screen now allows us to completely personalize it through endless customizations. That's not to mention...

Apple tried Stage Manager on non-M1 iPads, it just wasn’t the right experience

It has been a week since Apple's WWDC event and while the dust is slowly settling, we are still getting some interesting nuggets of information about the event. In a new interview, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering Craig Federighi explains how they tried Stage Manager on non-M1 iPads and why it won't be...

Just when Samsung had closed the Android tablet gap, Apple widens it again with iPadOS 16

It is very debatable whether iPhones are actually the best smartphones, or if Macs are better than Windows machines. But when it comes to tablets, even the biggest Apple haters (or Windows/Android fans) have conceded that the iPad is indeed the best tablet. This has as much to do with the competition failing as Apple being...

Apple iPads will support new external hardware thanks to iPadOS 16 DriverKit update

This week, Apple held its WWDC event, ushering in a new era of software for its iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and macOS 13 devices. While there were plenty of highlights, iPadOS 16 might be the most curious, as the new update blurs the lines even further between Apple's tablet and computing products. Furthermore,...

Everything new in iPadOS 16: Collaboration, Weather app, Stage Manager, and more!

Apple had its annual WWDC in Cupertino this year, and as expected it announced a lot of new features for one of the most popular selling tablet lines in the world. Three years ago, Apple split iPadOS from iOS in order to better focus on the larger form factor. Now, Apple has launched a number...

macOS on iPad: After iPadOS 16, is it only a matter of time?

Speculation around a potential merging of the iPad and Mac operating systems is nothing new. Even back when iPads ran plain old iOS, some enthusiasts argued that a full-blown desktop OS would make for a better tablet experience than a scaled-up mobile interface. More recently, the use of common Apple silicon in both iPad and...

iPadOS 16 Developer Beta 1 Hands-On: Real multitasking makes iPad Pro a more realistic computer replacement

Apple's been calling the iPad Pro a "computer replacement" since the line first made its debut in 2015, and at the time, that claim was way too far-fetched. The iPad Pro at the time could only run one app at a time, and it didn't have a filing system. What kind of computer can't multi-task...

Here are the iPad models that will be able to run iPadOS 16

Apple announced iPadOS 16 during its WWDC 2022 keynote earlier today, and it's quite the beefy update. iPads are getting support for the new Metal 3 API for gaming, a new Stage Manager for multi-tasking, and the ability to run desktop-class apps, among other things. But while those are exciting features, they won't be coming...

Stage Manager makes managing multiple windows a breeze in macOS Ventura

Apple has just announced a new version of macOS at WWDC 2022, and it's coming soon to Macs around the world. The new operating system, macOS Ventura, comes with a neat little organization tool called Stage Manager. Activated from the Control Center, Stage Manager will smartly organize all your open apps on the side of...

Apple’s Freeform is a whiteboard for collaboration coming to iPad, iPhone, and Mac

Apple has announced a new app called Freeform for iPad, iPhone, and Mac, and it's meant to be a new kind of collaboration experience. Freeform gives you a large whiteboard that can be shared with other users, and it allows everyone to work on different parts of the board at the same time. Yes, it's...
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