Earlier this month, Apple released iPadOS 14 to the public. Apple has always been very keen to position the iPad as a full-fledged computing machine. The iPadOS and powerful iPad Pro series have helped the iPad shape up as a computer replacement. One of the powerful features of iPadOS 14 is Scribble. The Scribble feature lets you input text and performs other operations like control and navigation without a keyboard.
Apple Releases iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 with Apple News+ Audio Stories, Apple News Today, Digital Car Keys
Apple had unveiled iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 last month but there’s still time before the updates are rolled out to users. The company released three beta versions of iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 over the past couple of months, and now it has released iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 for users. These updates can now be installed on compatible iPhones and iPads via the OTA method (over the air).
Apple officially unveiled iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 last month during WWDC 2020. Moments later, it released the first developer beta versions of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 along with macOS Big Sur, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7. Earlier this week, the second developer beta builds of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 were released. Today, the company has released the first public beta builds of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, and they’re available to download on compatible iPhones and iPads.
Apple unveiled iPadOS 14 during WWDC 2020 alongside iOS 14, macOS Big Sur, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7. During the keynote, Apple spent little time explaining new iPadOS 14 features. Now, more iPadOS 14 features are getting revealed through Apple’s website. One of those new features includes support for keyboard and mouse in games.
During WWDC 2020, Apple unveiled its plan to move from Intel processors to ARM-based processors. The company also announced that it will launch the first ARM-based Mac as soon as the end of this year and that all iOS and iPadOS apps will be compatible with ARM Macs.
During Apple’s first-ever online-only WWDC event today, the company unveiled a new version of iPadOS for iPads. iPadOS 14 brings various new features and performance improvements.
Apple is releasing a lot of software updates to its devices today, ahead of WWDC 2020. After releasing the final versions of iOS 13.5.1, iPadOS 13.5.1, and watchOS 6.2.6, Apple has released the first developer beta builds of iOS 13.5.5, iPadOS 13.5.5, and macOS 10.15.6 today.
Apple Releases iOS 13.5 GM and iPadOS 13.5 GM to Developers [Update: macOS Catalina 10.15.5 Beta 5 Released]
After releasing fourth developer beta builds of iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 two weeks ago, Apple has finally released the GM (Golden Master) builds of its mobile operating systems today. Registered developers can now download these new builds on compatible iPhones and iPads.
Although there were already signs of Apple bringing support for mice to the iPads since the release of iPadOS 13, no one thought Apple would bring full-fledged cursor, mice, and trackpad support to its tablets in such a significant way. But how exactly did Apple decide to bring the support for a cursor to the iPadOS and how did it design to suit its tablets? Let’s find out.
XCode is used to develop apps for Apple’s computers, media streaming devices, smartphones, smartwatches, and tablets. However, it could only be used on devices running macOS: Macs and MacBooks. Now, a new leak suggests that Apple could release XCode for iPads and iPhones.