Adding Tags Perhaps the most exciting update, in iPadOS 15 for Apple Reminders, is that we can now tag our to-dos. Tags offer us … More What’s new for Apple Reminders in iPadOS 15? »
App Library groups your apps into categories, only Apple knows why. It’s supposed to let you see all your apps at once, but, it doesn’t actually do that. Does it? Each category displays a maximum of 7 apps in this Library. You still have to tap these categories to see all the apps in them. How is that showing all your apps?
iPadOS 14 Updates Organise Your Smart Lists In Apple Reminders, you can now customise your smart lists on the top section of the sidebar. … More Apple Reminders Update Archive »
The public beta for iPadOS 14 is out. Proceed to install it at your own risk. Remember to backup your iPad before installing it … More What’s Exciting About iPadOS 14? »
With so many iPads to choose from, it’s really important to know which iPad will best suit your needs.
In all the technical ways in existence at the moment, Notability has always had dark mode options. The app had a dark theme and some dark mode paper templates.
For the first couple of weeks/months I am totally cool. I know it’s a beta and it has bugs. I can tolerate them… A day or week before the release of the official release of the new update; I crack! I have cracked!
Mouse support on the iPad: is this feature overrated? Here’s my objective take on the matter.
I have had an unhealthy relationship with Apple for a while now. The iPad pro 2018 is a massive waste of money in my opinion. It’s made me consider other brands for going paperless. A project that’s taking me very long to start. But when Apple turns around and pulls out an IOS update like this one; I just go running back into their open arms and forgive their sins.
Naturally, after I got over my confusion on what iOS I was running on my iPad the first thing I tried out was DARK MODE. I was already attempting to have dark mode on my iPad pro, long before I upgraded to the public beta iPadOS 13.
We don’t recommend downloading this beta unless you don’t mind your iPad malfunctioning until September. Backup your iPad before installing this Public Beta.
I have felt (since the first generation iPad pro) that IOS was limiting the pro series’ full potential. I am surprised it took Apple this long to do this. Anyway, hopefully now we can finally get to see just how powerful the iPad pros are.