The iPad now gets its own dedicated version of iOS, which Apple is calling iPadOS - here are some of the highlight iPadOS features, announced during WWDC 2019:


You can now pin widgets to the home screen
Slide-over now gets a card interface for multitaking, similar to what you get on an iPhone
Split-View now allows for multi-window capability. So you can have two instances of the same app side-by-side. Examples shown were apps like Pages, Notes, and Microsoft Word. You can have multiple apps side by side within multitasking as well.
The Files app now supports folder sharing,SMB network shares, and thumb drive, external hard drive, and SD card support.
Safari on iPad is now a desktop browser rather than mobile browser, so you get the full desktop-class experience on the iPad. This includes 30 keyboard shortcuts, a download manager, and more.
Fonts management
Text editing is improved. Use the scroll indicator to drag directly to an area in a document. Text selection now works with a tap and drag. Three-finger pinch for copy, and three-finger expand for paste, with three-finger swipe to undo.
Apple Pencil latency has been improved from 20ms down to 9ms, making it even more responsive. Drag your pencil up from the corner of the screen to immediately go into markup mode no matter where you are.

















Apple announces dedicated iPadOS: The iPad Finally Grows Up originally appeared on Gear Live on Mon, June 03, 2019 - 11:04:00







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