Depending on your use case, an iPad is actually a great device to have for content consumption or for working on the go. However, an iPad is also a great device to use as a secondary monitor for your Mac, especially when traveling.
Apple has started rolling out beta versions of the iOS 13.3.1 and iPadOS 13.3.1 to developers. The update can be downloaded via the OTA method or through the Apple Developer Center.
In this guide, we will provide tips on how to fix WiFi issues that users are facing on their iPad, iPad Pro, and iPad Air running iPadOS 13 – iOS 13.7 such as Wi-Fi not working, not being able to connect to a Wi-Fi network, Wi-Fi connection keeps dropping out intermittently or WiFi speed is extremely slow. These tips have helped our readers in the past to fix WiFi issues on the iPad.
iPadOS includes hundreds of new features and improvements. It shares a lot of features with iOS 13, but it also includes many iPad specific features for enhances multitasking, file management, Apple Pencil use, and pro app usage. But Bluetooth connectivity issues still remain one of the most commonly reported problems by users after upgrading to iOS 13. In this article, we will show you how to fix Bluetooth problems in iPadOS 13 – iPadOS 13.7 on your iPad, iPad Pro, and iPad Air.
Wondering if your iPad will get the stable iPadOS update if its currently running iPadOS developer or public beta?
iPadOS comes with hundreds of new features such as Dark Mode, New Reminders app, New Photo, and Video editor, Widgets on the Home screen, and more, but like any major software update, there have been reports of users facing problems with iPadOS. Here are some of the common iPadOS issues that users are reporting with iPadOS 13 – iPadOS 13.6.1 and what you can do to fix these problems.
Apple has released iPadOS 13 – iPadOS 13.7 for iPad, iPad Pro, and iPad Air. Here’s how to download iPadOS 13.7 and install it on your iPad to enjoy the hundreds of new features such as Dark Mode, widgets on the Home screen, ability to open multiple windows of the same app, new Photo & Video editor, new Reminders app, performance improvements and lots more.
Alongside iOS 13.1, Apple today also released iPadOS to the public. This is the first release of iPadOS and it comes with a number of new features.
Every couple of years, the iPad gains new software capabilities that inch it ever so closer towards the Mac when it comes to productivity. iPadOS is a big leap in this direction. There’s a lot more you can do when it comes to multitasking, like opening multiple windows of the same app. But what if you’re new to the iPad life? It can seem overwhelming at first. Take it slow and learn all about the joys of multitasking in our guide below.
With the iPadOS release, which should be out later today, the iPad is inching ever so closer to becoming a laptop replacement. You can now run multiple instances of the same app, you can download files using Safari, not to mention that Safari now loads desktop websites by default. If you’ve just upgraded to iPadOS 13, here is our definitive guide to using all the new iPadOS 13 features for iPad, iPad Pro, and iPad Air users.