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  1. Microsoft’s new Office app now available on iPad A tablet-friendly version is finally here Photo by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images Microsoft has updated its unified Office mobile app to work on Apple’s iPad devices. The new Office app combines Word, Excel, and PowerPoint into a single application, and originally launched for iOS and Android back in 2019. Microsoft has been gradually improving it ever since, but it always ran in a windowed mode instead of a fully optimized iPad app. This new update means Office is now a full i
  2. Apple Seeds Updated First Beta of iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 to Developers and Public Beta Testers Apple today seeded a new version the of upcoming iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 updates to developers for testing purposes, with the new beta updates coming a few days after Apple released the first iOS and iPadOS 14.5 betas. This beta appears to be an update to the first beta rather than a second version. iOS and iPadOS 14.5 can be downloaded through the Apple Developer Center or over the air after the proper profile has been installed on an iPhone or iPad. Apple has
  3. iOS 14 still hasn’t delivered its most exciting features, and Apple knows it Apple has scheduled new developer sessions to get widgets and App Clips off the ground (Image credit: Future) Apple released iOS 14 with some promising new features, including finally getting app widgets and the intriguing quick interaction App Clips. While first-party apps like Fitness and Weather got widgets the day of the update, third-party apps have barely adopted either, leaving the promising additions unsupported.
  4. Microsoft Excel for iPad Now Supports Split View, Word Gains Full Trackpad Support, and PowerPoint Offers Presenter Coaching Microsoft today released updates to its suite of Office apps for iPad, including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Notably, Excel for ‌‌iPad‌‌ now supports Split View, which allows you to open two spreadsheets simultaneously side-by-side to view and edit. Word and PowerPoint received support for Split View in May 2020. Split View can be accessed by touching and holding on a spreadsheet document in any file view and then dragging it to the
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    iOS 15: what we want to see

    iOS 15: what we want to see Wishing for a wish list The iPhone 12 mini running iOS 14 (Image credit: TechRadar) iOS 15 is a long way off yet but we’re already hearing the first early leaks and rumors about it, all of which you’ll find below. Beyond that we also have a good idea of when you’ll see it – and of which devices will support it, details of which you’ll also find below. Then further down we’ve included a list of some key improvements we want from iOS 15, as with iOS 14 Apple overhauled its operating system, most
  6. Microsoft starts rolling out trackpad support to Office apps for iPadOS Microsoft today announced fresh updates for its Office apps on iPadOS that introduce full support for trackpad capabilities, among others. The latest changes are live for those using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on the iPad. The software giant says the new updates should come in handy if you're using a mouse or Apple’s Magic Keyboard to move around texts in Word, resize content in PowerPoint, or select cells in Excel, for example. The cursor also automatically adjusts its functio
  7. Apple releases iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1 with 10-bit HDR support Today, Apple released iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1, its latest minor updates. The updates come in preparation of Friday's launch of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, which are set to ship with the new versions. Some of what's included have to do with iPhone 12 features. For example, the updates include support for 10-bit HDR video playback and editing. This is necessary because one of the big iPhone 12 features is not only the ability to record video in Dolby Vision HDR, but to edit it as
  8. Apple releases iOS 14.0.1 with default app setting fix If this was a normal year, we'd all have been downloading iOS 14 yesterday, and waiting to pick up our iPhone 12 devices tomorrow. But it's not a normal year, the iPhone 12 is delayed from its normal timeframe, and Apple didn't have to tie iOS 14 to its release, so it actually released the OS last week. Now, the first bug fix updates are rolling out in the form of iOS 14.0.1, iPadOS 14.0.1, watchOS 7.0.1, tvOS 14.0.1, and macOS 10.15.7 Catalina. The iOS and iPadOS updates do fix a key issue. i
  9. iOS 14, iPadOS 14 and watchOS 7 are coming soon, but you may be getting it early Starting September 16...though some users can update now (Image credit: Apple) It’s been a busy day for Apple, as the company has just announced the Apple Watch 6, Apple Watch SE, iPad 2020, iPad Air 4, and more, and in among that flurry of announcements it also confirmed that iOS 14 is landing tomorrow (September 16). That’s not all, you’ll also be able to grab iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, and tvOS 14 from then, so even if you’re not planning on p
  10. Google announces Gmail on iPadOS now supports Split View Today, Google announced the arrival of a long-awaited feature on its Gmail app for iPadOS. It finally supports Split View, meaning that you can use it side-by-side with other apps. This means that you can drag and drop images into an email from apps like Google Photos and the native Photos app. Another use case would be to have another app open to use as a reference when composing an email, or to have an app open to take notes from an email that you're reading. This is also going to co
  11. iPadOS 14 update release date, features, leaks and supported devices Everything we've heard so far The iPad Pro 11 (2018) (Image credit: TechRadar) We’re hearing plenty about iOS 14 – the next version of Apple’s software designed for iPhones, but alongside that we’re also expecting iPadOS 14 to land this year. That’s Apple’s software designed for iPads, and it’s likely to be similar but different to iOS 14, with more of a focus on the unique advantages of tablets. As such, we can look at the many iOS 14 leaks and rumors
  12. iOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.4.1 are out with a fix for FaceTime Today, Apple released iOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.4.1, introducing a few key fixes. The update is the 12th since iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 were originally released, and they're not the last either, with version 13.4.5 currently in beta. Both updates have a handful of key bug fixes. For one thing, there was an issue that causes iOS 13.4 devices from being in FaceTime calls with users on iOS 9.3.6 and earlier, and OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 and earlier. This was resolved on both iOS and iPadOS.
  13. Mouse support for iPad? Apple launches iOS and iPadOS 13.4 Apple brings enhanced mouse and keyboard support to your iPad (Image credit: Future) Apple's iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 update brings new features to your existing iPhone and iPad, and chief among the perks is enhanced mouse and keyboard support. Any iPad compatible with iPadOS 13.4 will be able to use a mouse with a real pointer icon on-screen. Yes, Apple demoed mouse support with the iPad Pro 2020 along with its ‘floating’ Magic Keyboard peripheral, but it's not
  14. Apple to release iPadOS 13.4 next week on March 24 Today, Apple introduced its latest lineup of iPad Pro tablets, and the new keyboards have a trackpad. But of course, iPadOS has never had trackpad support before, so that's going to have to come in a software update, which is iPadOS 13.4. The company confirmed that iPadOS 13.4 will ship on March 24. This update will be available for all iPad Pro variants, the iPad Air 2 and later, the fifth-generation iPad and later, and the iPad Mini 4 and later. Note that trackpad support isn't exclusive to the
  15. iOS 14 could bring your iPhone closer to iPadOS, according to leaked video An app-switching overhaul The iPhone 11 Pro Max running iOS 13 (Image credit: Future) We haven’t heard much about iOS 14, but a new leak suggests that its app switcher could be inspired by the current version of iPadOS, and in time for the arrival of the iPhone 12. 91Mobiles and Ben Geskin (a leaker and concept image creator) have shared images and videos claiming to be from an internal build of iOS 14, which show an app switcher that displays fou
  16. iPhones and iPads finally get key-based protection against account takeovers With WebAuthn native to iOS and iPadOS, cross-industry MFA spec is ready to soar. Enlarge Yubico For the past couple of years, iPhone and iPad users have been relegated to second-class citizenship when it comes to a cross-industry protocol that promises to bring effective multi-factor authentication to the masses. While Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux users had an easy way to use the fledgling standard when l
  17. Everything you need to know about iOS and iPadOS 13.2 AirPods Pro support, Deep Fusion photography, and new emoji are part of the update. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Today, Apple released iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, and tvOS 13.2 for supported iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV devices. The company also released a minor update labeled iOS 12.4.3 for iPhones and iPads that saw end-of-support with last month's iOS 13 release. iOS and iPadOS 13.2 represents the first major new feature relea
  18. Microsoft's OneDrive app for iOS has received some attention over the last few months, particularly when it has come to revamping its design and also dark mode support for iOS 13. Microsoft's cloud storage app has already picked up a few updates so far in October to correct problems with the share extension, adding multiple window support, and improving the performance of search results for business users. Today, OneDrive for iOS has picked up a number of bug fixes in Version 11.5 specifically for iPad in addition to other problems that have become apparent with the app when runnin
  19. iPadOS review: 50 percent more computer It’s complicated, finally Zeno’s most famous paradox involves a runner trying to go some distance. But to go that distance, they have to get halfway there, then half the remaining distance, then half again, and half again. The runner can get incredibly close but never cross the finish line. Instead, they’re stuck reaching an infinity of halfway points. This little parable is my new default response when somebody asks me if the iPad can really be your main computer. Of course it can. But if you measure a
  20. iPadOS on the iPad Air 2: Old tablets can still learn new tricks A tablet from 2014 doesn't make an amazing computer, but it does surprisingly well. Enlarge / Add a Bluetooth keyboard to an iPad Air 2 running iPadOS 13 and you've got a surprisingly capable device for browsing and shooting off emails and Slack messages. Andrew Cunningham Starting today, iPads run something called “iPadOS” rather than iOS, but the change has more to do with branding than functionality. Apple’s tablets might get a few more keyboard shortcuts an
  21. Apple reveals iOS 13 and iPadOS release dates—but macOS Catalina remains a mystery watchOS and tvOS updates are also just around the corner. Enlarge / The just-announced iPhone 11 running iOS 13. Samuel Axon CUPERTINO, Calif.—Apple's annual major public releases of iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS will arrive by the end of this month, Apple revealed on its website as it unveiled new hardware products in a live-streamed event today. iOS 13 will hit iPhones and watchOS 6 will reach Apple Watches on September 19
  22. How to enable the swipe keyboard in iPadOS Typing on the iPad has never been easy. It's a heavy device, and when you hold it in one hand, there is a giant keyboard on the screen which isn't designed for one-hand usage. When SwiftKey was released for iOS, I was happy but still not 100% satisfied. Don't get me wrong, it's good but I didn't like swiping across the gigantic keyboard. It isn't convenient. Note: I may be biased because the Android version of SwiftKey is re-sizeable, while its iOS counterpart isn't. Though this may largely
  23. Which iPhones, iPads support Apple's iOS 13 and iPadOS? With the arrival this [Northern hemisphere] fall of iOS 13 and iPadOS, there's some bad news for those relying on iPhones that debuted in 2013 and 2014 and some of Apple's older iPads. Apple When it unveiled iOS 13 and iPadOS last month, Apple had bad news for those relying on iPhones that debuted in 2013 and 2014 and brushed off customers with an iPad Mini from the same years or a 2013 original iPad Air. According to Apple, iOS 13 - likely shot out of Cupertino in Sep
  24. iPadOS, coming “this fall”: Thumb drives, more gestures, “desktop-class” browsing [Updated] Apple takes another big step toward that "what's a computer" ad from last year. Enlarge Samuel Axon In addition to expected updates to WatchOS and iOS, Apple's Monday WWDC keynote included an announcement of a new iOS fork: iPadOS. This new updated OS focuses squarely on the larger-screen capabilities of iPads—though Apple didn't confirm which iPad models will be supported. The OS' beta period will begin "today," with a full release s
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