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iOS and iPadOS 17 After One Month: It’s All About Widgets, Apps, and Stage Manager
iOS and iPadOS 17 After One Month: It’s All About Widgets, Apps, and Stage Manager
Apple is releasing the first public betas of iOS and iPadOS 17 today, and I’ll cut right to the chase: I’ve been using both of them on my primary devices since WWDC, and I’m very satisfied with the new features and improvements I’ve seen to date – especially on iPadOS. More importantly, both OSes are
·macstories.net·
iOS and iPadOS 17 After One Month: It’s All About Widgets, Apps, and Stage Manager
How to make Threads work well on iPad (hint: Stage Manager)
How to make Threads work well on iPad (hint: Stage Manager)
If you’re trying out the new Threads app from Instagram (you can follow me here if you’re on it), you might be wondering if you can use the app on the iPad. By default, the experience isn’t great – Apple has a compatibility mode that allows you to install iPhone apps on iPad, so it […]
·matthewcassinelli.com·
How to make Threads work well on iPad (hint: Stage Manager)
Faking ‘Clamshell Mode’ with External Displays in iPadOS 17
Faking ‘Clamshell Mode’ with External Displays in iPadOS 17
Fernando Silva of 9to5Mac came up with a clever workaround to have ‘clamshell mode’ in iPadOS 17 when an iPad is connected to an external display. The catch: it doesn’t really turn off the iPad’s built-in display. Now before readers start spamming the comments, this is not true clamshell mode. True clamshell mode kills the
·macstories.net·
Faking ‘Clamshell Mode’ with External Displays in iPadOS 17
iPadOS 17 brings new levels of personalization and versatility to iPad
iPadOS 17 brings new levels of personalization and versatility to iPad
Apple today previewed iPadOS 17, delivering entirely new ways for users to personalize the Lock Screen and interact with widgets.
Each profile has their own history, cookies, Tab Groups, and Favorites
Audio messages are transcribed automatically so users can read them in the moment or listen later.
·apple.com·
iPadOS 17 brings new levels of personalization and versatility to iPad
With iPadOS 17, Stage Manager Is (Finally) Moving in the Right Direction
With iPadOS 17, Stage Manager Is (Finally) Moving in the Right Direction
I’m in Cupertino for WWDC this week, and after yesterday’s whirlwind of announcements and surprises, I had some time to sit down with my 12.9” iPad Pro, install iPadOS 17 beta 1 on it, and try the improved version of Stage Manager. As you know, I have a…complicated history with the iPad’s latest multitasking system.
·macstories.net·
With iPadOS 17, Stage Manager Is (Finally) Moving in the Right Direction
MacStories Hands-On: Podcast Editing with Logic Pro for iPad
MacStories Hands-On: Podcast Editing with Logic Pro for iPad
I was as surprised as anyone when Apple announced that Logic Pro was coming to the iPad. I was excited too. Logic Pro is an app I use every week to produce MacStories’ podcasts, and I’d wanted the freedom to do that work on the iPad for a very long time. However, my excitement was
·macstories.net·
MacStories Hands-On: Podcast Editing with Logic Pro for iPad
iOS and iPadOS 16.1 Betas Add Per-App Clipboard Access Permissions to the Settings App
iOS and iPadOS 16.1 Betas Add Per-App Clipboard Access Permissions to the Settings App
In iOS 16 and the upcoming iPadOS 16.1, Apple added an alert when an app tries to read your device’s clipboard, giving users a chance to grant or deny access. It’s a privacy measure, but for apps that have legitimate reasons to use the clipboard’s contents, it quickly becomes an annoyance to confirm every time
·macstories.net·
iOS and iPadOS 16.1 Betas Add Per-App Clipboard Access Permissions to the Settings App