Tag: iPadOS

iPad Pro Diary: iPadOS 13 makes the argument for an iPad even stronger

I felt that the new-form-factor 12.9-inch iPad dramatically strengthened the argument for an iPad over a laptop for those with relatively basic needs. I did, however, feel compelled to make the case for an iPad-specific version of iOS, so that the software would do justice to the hardware.

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iPadOS 13.1 is here — These are the top features

This is a monumental week for Apple and the iPad. After 9 years of existence, the iPad finally gets its own dedicated operating system in iPadOS 13. Why is that such a big deal? It means that software development for the iPad can now truly be iPad-first.

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Hidden features of the Reminders app that you may not know

Apple’s Reminders app gets a massive update in iPadOS and iOS 13. It’s no longer a joke app that needs a million taps just to set a notification time on your action item. We already know about the new layout, which splits tasks into Today, Scheduled, All and Lists, and we also know about the excellent new natural-language input, which makes typing a reminder as easy as dictating it to Siri.

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Apple releases first public betas of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

In addition to the first public beta of macOS Catalina, Apple is also today releasing the first public beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. The update is available now via Apple’s beta website.

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Deleting unused apps is now easier in iOS 13

Everyone knows that the time you go to the App Store and you see that app you don’t even use, taking such a long time to be downloaded, it becomes quite frustrating.


After a feature was leaked, you can now delete your unwanted apps right from the App Store in iOS 13, and don’t have to go hunting for your unused app to delete it.

Check out the feature:

This feature is available ion the App Store for both iOS 13 and iPadOS. You can use it by swiping left on an app you want to delete and it will reveal the button.

iOS 13 contains dozens of new features that weren’t talked about during the WWDC 2019 keynote. Some of the most notable once include optimized battery charging, full-page screenshots in Safari and even mouse support on iPad. Developers received the first beta of iOS 13 this week with the first public beta expected to arrive with fewer bugs later this month.

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Safari deletes your forgotten tabs in iOS 13 and iPadOS

Safari will be getting a new upgrade on iPad with iPadOS, but there is also a same upgrade for the iPhone on iOS 13. Both of those will get a new feature that saves you from forgotten tabs.


Specifically, you don’t have to worry about closing dozens of tabs you forget to close all the time.

iOS 13 and iPadOS are the some of the biggest upgrades in Apple’s history for years. There is not just a small upgrade on features to look forward, but there is a whole host of smaller tweaks and improvements to be waiting for.

Here’s what comes up:

Safari will take care of forgotten tabs for you

Safari in iOS 13 and iPadOS can take care of forgotten tabs for you. You can set it so that pages you haven’t viewed recently are automatically closed after one day, one week, or one month.

This will prevent Safari from quietly holding onto countless tabs that you had forgotten all about. It’s a problem that plagues most of us — particularly on iPhone where it’s not so easy to see how many tabs you have open.

Safari will prompt you to set up this feature after you’ve been using it for a little while in iOS 13 and iPadOS. You can change your preferences later in Settings, and there’s an option to disable the feature altogether if you don’t want it.

Coming this fall

iOS 13 and iPadOS will roll out to everyone for free this fall. Developers are currently testing out the very first beta. Apple has promised that the first public preview will be available next month.

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You won’t need to install iOS 13 public beta using iTunes

According Apple’s Craig Federighi, you won’t need to install the iOS 13 and iPadOS betas when they go public.

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