Apple has further solidified its pro-privacy stance with the introduction of some new features in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. Multiple updates across the board now put apps under increased scrutiny, web browsing is more secure, and a number of improvements to existing features allow for a much private experience on the iPhone and iPad. Let’s take a deep dive and look at the best privacy and security features that you get with iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.
iPadOS 14: The Complete Guide for iPad Users
With iOS 14, Apple has finally added support for widgets on the iPhone’s home screen allowing users to place them anywhere they want. While Apple had added widgets support on the iPad’s home screen with iPadOS 13 in 2019 itself, it limited them to the Today view on the home screen. In iPadOS 14 , the company has not made any improvements to its widgets implementation meaning users cannot place widgets anywhere on the home screen like they can on the iPhone.
iPadOS 14 borrows lots of features from iOS 14, but it still comes with distinctive adjustments and features of its own that boost the iPad’s reputation as a productivity device. With improved Home screen capabilities, native apps designed just for the iPad, and bolstered Apple Pencil support, iPadOS 14 will allow for an exciting experience. Here’s a list of the best iPadOS 14 features that you should know about.
Apple has released the first beta of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 to developers. The release comes after the end of the opening keynote of WWDC 2020 where Apple announced the new OSes.
Alongside iOS 14, Apple also announced iPadOS 14 for iPads, iPad Air, and iPad Pro lineup. This is a relatively minor iPadOS update that brings a number of usability improvements that aim to further help the iPad in becoming a laptop-replacement for many. If you are wondering iPadOS 14 is compatible with your iPad or not, read below.
Apple did not announce this on stage but as a part of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, the company is going to allow users to change the default browser and email apps on iPhones and iPads.