With the release of iOS 13, Apple decided to split the operating systems for the iPhone and iPad. iPhone gets iOS 13 and iPad gets a new OS called iPadOS. While it’s built on the same platform as iOS 13, it’s tweaked and enhanced in some very specific ways. The Home Screen how has widgets, it has desktop class Safari browser, and not to mention, multiple app instances (finally). Here are the best iPadOS 13 features you should know about.
Apple is finally taking the iPad seriously. And their way of showing it is a whole new OS specially designed for the iPad. And they’re calling it iPadOS. While iPadOS shares a lot of features with iOS 13, it adds many iPad specific features for enhances multitasking, file management, Apple Pencil use, and pro app usage. Here are all the new iPadOS 13 features you should care about.
As a leak had previously suggested, iPadOS 13 brings USB mouse support to the iPad. Apple has added it to the OS as an AssistiveTouch feature.
The release of iPadOS 13 must have surprised quite a few people as leaks had not pointed to Apple branching out iPad for OS into iPadOS. The new OS for the iPad comes with a number of new features and just like iOS 13, it also drops support for older iPads.
Looking to install the iOS 13 beta 1 on your iPhone? Or the new iPadOS 13 beta on your iPad Pro? Compared to the last few years, Apple has made this process a bit difficult. Up until last year, one could install a developer beta of iOS by simply downloading a configuration file and then downloading the OTA update that followed.
As a last-minute leak had claimed, Apple today announced at WWDC 2019 that it is renaming iOS for the iPad to iPadOS. The move is a surprising one