Apple To Launch A 5G Foldable iPad Next Year

Apple is finally stepping into developing a foldable iPad that could be its most powerful machine till date. When Samsung unveiled its foldable phone in 2019, it caused a huge stir in the market. Although it came with its own flaws and the public rollout was then shut down. With such an unpredictable technology, Apple is now coming up to speed by developing a product that could be leaps and bounds ahead of the competition. Read More

Public Beta Version Of iOS 13, iPadOS And macOS Is Now Available

Apple announced iOS 13, iPad OS and macOS Catalina at the WWDC event held recently in the US. The company said that the public beta versions will be out in July, but it looks like they are out early and users will be able to download them now from Apple’s website. If you have been waiting for these new releases, you can head over now to the Apple Beta Software Program page and get started. Read More

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Google Docs Works Better On Safari Compared To Native App On iPadOS

Apple launched iPad OS for the first time at the WWDC event conducted on June 4th. However, it left many people wondering why the company would want the iPad to have its own OS in the first place. According to a report on The Verge, they got their hands on an iPad running the new iPadOS and found out that Google Docs runs perfectly on Safari in comparison its native App on iPad. Read More

Apple Announces iPadOS For The Very First Time

Apple took the stage at the annual WWDC event yesterday and unveiled new devices and a list of upgrades to its existing operating systems including macOS, TVOS, Watch OS, iOS. They also introduced a completely separate OS for the iPad called ‘iPadOS’. Earlier, iOS was a part of both iPhone and iPad . But from here on, iPhones will be the only Apple device running on iOS and iPads will have the iPadOS. Read More