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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...

How to install the iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 Developer Beta

If you're the type to get excited about new features coming to iPhone and iPad, well, that's probably why you're here right now. Apple announced iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 today, and you can get your hands on the developer betas right now. There's quite a bit that's new. In FaceTime, you can now share music...

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...

Apple’s new iPad Pro is amazing, but iPadOS holds it back from its true potential

The term itself makes me cringe, but I fit the description of a "digital nomad" — someone who makes a living working online from various locations — to a tee. Well, I did anyway, until COVID-19 killed travel for most of the world. But before COVID-19 though, I was traveling out of my Hong Kong...

Apple iPad Pro with M1 now available for pre-order from Apple.com, Amazon and Best Buy

Apple’s latest and most powerful iPad ever, the new iPad Pro powered by the Apple M1 Silicon chip, is now up for pre-orders. You can head over to Apple’s official website, or alternatively, book one from Best Buy or Amazon. Announced at its ‘Spring Loaded’ event on April 20, the new iPad Pro series continues...

Microsoft can’t keep up with Apple’s iPad anymore

It was 2010 when Steve Jobs introduced the iPad, a so-called “third device” that sat comfortably between a smartphone and a laptop. Jobs said that in order for that to work, the product needed to be better at some things than its siblings. He used cases like reading as examples, and those use cases were...

Are you interested in the M1 iPad Pro even without macOS?

The distinction between iPad and MacBook was not as marginal in the past as it is now. With its custom ARM-based M1 chip on certain MacBook models last year, Apple introduced support for iPhone and iPad apps on the M1 MacBooks. The company even spent a major part of 2020 raving that the iPad Pro...

Apple’s iOS 15 may bring along user status and privacy changes, and explore iMessage as a social network

Apple took to the stage this week to announce new products, namely the new iPad Pro, the new Apple iMac with M1 chip, new Apple TV 4K, and the new AirTag. The company even sneaked in a small announcement for iOS 14.5's rollout next week. iOS 14.5, as the naming would imply, is expected to...

iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 beta brings support for unlocking with Apple Watch, controller support for DualSense and Xbox, and more

Apple is pushing fresh beta builds of iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 to iPhone and iPad family, allowing interested users to try out new features ahead of the public release. Some of the notable additions in this beta include the ability to unlock your phone with the Apple Watch, and support for game controllers from...