iOS 13 is an update of finallys. One of them much-awaited, but hard to believe features in the Safari Download Manager. It’s one of those features that you didn’t think would actually be here. It’s quite hidden and doesn’t show up until you actually find a download link. But when it does, it works quite well. Here’s the new Safari Download Manager for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
After years of wishing for it, Apple has finally unleashed the Dark mode. And how. Once enabled, it is system-wide. It stretches from the dynamic wallpaper, to the widgets screen, to the Settings screen. And soon, Apple will be able to automatically switch to dark mode as well. Learn all about it, in our hands-on post below.
One of the most interesting changes in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 is the curiously named Find My app. It clubs the Find my iPhone and Find My Friends app into one. And add some intriguing new features. Chief of which is the fact that you’ll be able to find your devices even when they’re offline. Take a look at our hands-on below to understand how the new Find My app works.
iOS 13 can be called an annoyance-fix update. It feels like Apple took a couple of sheets from the complaint box and decided to settle things once and for all. this includes big banner features like the Dark Mode and new multitasking on iPad. But it also includes little things like the redesigned volume HUD. Here are the top 10 annoyances Apple fixed with the iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 update.
Since the advent of iPad Pro, Apple has been branding the device as an ultraportable laptop. At the WWDC, Apple surprised us with the iPadOS. The new operating system is built upon iOS 13 and aims at making better use of the iPad’s larger screen.
The new Files app in iPadOS 13 is finally making file management easier. While the app looks mostly the same, there are a few key changes that significantly improve the usability of the app. You can connect to external drives and manage the files, and moving files and folders is much easier as well. Learn all about the new iPadOS13 Files app in our hands-on below.
There’s a good reason the iPad got a whole new OS name for itself. The iPadOS takes the iOS 13 base and builds specialized features on top, just for iPad. And the new multitasking features are a prime example of the advancement of the iPad as a primary work computer. The new multitasking features finally let you use multiple instances of the same app, in a variety of different ways. Here’s how it works in real life.
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.
The announcement of iPadOS at WWDC’s opening keynote took a lot of people by surprise. After all, many felt that there was no need for Apple to split iOS into iPadOS. However, Craig Federighi, SVP of Software Engineering at Apple, believes that with iPad offering a “truly distinct experience,” iPadOS makes a lot of sense.