Every year, Apple creates something new that is inspired by existing technology or just copies an app outright. Apple does it, so does Google. And this year is no different. Here are some of the apps, services, and features that Apple killed by integrating it directly in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
The upcoming iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 have quite a few new gestures. As the OS matures, the complexity also increases. And this is something we are seeing with iPadOS 13. Apple is now adding features to the iPadOS that are clearly meant for pro users. This means new and hidden gestures that can sometimes be a bit too confusing. Here are all the new gestures in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 that you should know about.
iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 are both big upgrades for iPhones and iPads around the world, packing a bunch of new features, performance fixes and stability improvements. However, not everything Apple showed off at WWDC 2019 was new and shiny.
A new OS update is more than just the big banner features. A good yearly update should come with changes to the existing features as well. Changes that make things better, or fixes flaws from the previous version of the OS. And iOS 13 does that, quite a lot. In some ways, it takes the last couple of years of small complaints and fixes them at once. Take a look at all the iOS 13 changes and settings you should know about.
Apple Watch Series 4 is getting a stylish update with watchOS 6. A major part of watchOS 6 is going to half a dozen new watch faces. Plus, there are a couple of new Apple apps and new specialized features to talk about. Read on to find out everything that’s new in watchOS 6.
Just like iOS 12, iOS 13 is filled with small improvements. Other than bigger features like Dark Mode, iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 is about small changes and new hidden features that go a long way in reducing frustration. Take a look at all the awesome hidden features in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
With the release of iOS 13, Apple decided to split the operating systems for the iPhone and iPad. iPhone gets iOS 13 and iPad gets a new OS called iPadOS. While it’s built on the same platform as iOS 13, it’s tweaked and enhanced in some very specific ways. The Home Screen how has widgets, it has desktop class Safari browser, and not to mention, multiple app instances (finally). Here are the best iPadOS 13 features you should know about.
Apple is finally taking the iPad seriously. And their way of showing it is a whole new OS specially designed for the iPad. And they’re calling it iPadOS. While iPadOS shares a lot of features with iOS 13, it adds many iPad specific features for enhances multitasking, file management, Apple Pencil use, and pro app usage. Here are all the new iPadOS 13 features you should care about.
iOS 13 starts off with a bold new look, a dark mode. Finally. But it doesn’t stop there. There are a couple of redesigns for Apple’s own apps as well. And much better privacy controls. Plus, some small features we weren’t even expecting. Here’s our rundown of the best iOS 13 features for iPhone.
At the WWDC keynote, Apple finally revealed the new iOS 13 operating system for the iPhone. It’s choke full of little features and one or two big reveals. First of all, there’s a separate OS for iPad now, called iPadOS. We’ll be talking about that in a separate article. Here, we’ll run through a list of everything that’s new in iOS 13 for iPhone. We’ll be updating the list as we find out about new features.