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.
Alongside iOS 13.1, Apple will also release iPadOS 13 to the public on September 24. This will be the first major release of iPadOS since it was announced at WWDC 2019.
In iPadOS, you can now run multiple instances of the same app. This means you can have two windows of Safari browser open side-by-side. It’s finally easy to work with multiple browser windows on the iPad. Here’s how you can create a new window from a link in Safari on iPad.
Safari update in iPadOS 13 is turning the iPad into a real computer. And most of those improvements make their way to the iPhone as well. You can now download files using Safari, and on the iPad, Safari will automatically open desktop websites. Here are all the new Safari features on the iPhone and iPad you should know about.
iPadOS 13 is where the iPad finally grows up and becomes a proper desktop replacement for a lot of people. You can now open multiple instances of the same app, you can download files using Safari and even use external storage devices. Learn all about how to use the new features using our best iPadOS 13 tips and tricks guide.
With iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, Apple is embracing Haptic Touch feature across all iPhones and iPads. This means that if you long press on any app icon or a link, you’ll see a contextual menu which was previously just for 3D Touch devices. This brings up a question. Now, how do you rearrange apps on iPhone and iPad home screen if Haptic Touch has taken over the long-press action?
With the iPadOS 13 release, Apple has turned the Slide Over feature into a little iPhone window on the iPad. You can now open multiple apps (or multiple instances of the same apps) in Slide Over view and you can independently switch and manage them. Here’s how to open multiple apps in Slide Over floating window on iPad.
Apple has made it easier to share audio from one device to AirPods. If you and your friend both have a pair of AirPods, you can both listen to the same audio from the iPhone quite seamlessly. Audio Sharing is a new feature in iOS 13 and this is how it works.