iPadOS: Hot Features Set to Arrive from Apple


Apple will launch its new iPadOS 13 in the coming months. It is a specific operating system for tablets full of exciting new features that allow you to do more with your iPad or iPad Pro.

To For the first time in the history of the iPad, the Apple tablet line will no longer use iOS. Later this year, the company will launch iPadOS, a specific operating system for tablets full of exciting new features, including font management, anchored widgets and much more. Here's a look at some of the most popular new features that will arrive with iPadOS 13 and what to expect.

iPadOS 13: What's in a name?

In June, Apple Apple introduced iOS 13 for iPhone. Because iPadOS is based on the same architecture as iOS, the official name of the next software version is iPadOS 13, unlike iPadOS 1. Yes, it's confusing! Fortunately, the new functions are not.

QuickPath Typing, Floating Keyboard

There is much more space on an iPad than on an iPhone. Because of this, it never made sense that you couldn't move your keyboard to any location on the tablet. With iPadOS, you can now pinch your keyboard to shrink it, then move it wherever you want as the so-called QuickType keyboard. By doing so, you can (finally) use one-hand writing and also QuickPath Typing with ease.


Slide Over

With the most advanced Slide Over feature on iPadOS, you can have your favorite applications ready and waiting for you in a new way. To begin, drag an application to the left side of your screen. Then do it again and again. Soon, all your favorite applications will be there to enjoy.


Exposé application and applications in multiple places

For even more multitasking magic, see Exposé App that allows you to see All the spaces you have open with a single application. Just touch the icon in the dock and voila. For the first time, you can also open the same application in several instances. For example, you can open two Notes sessions or two instances of pages and have them next to each other.

  Notes application

See today Anchored widgets and application icon size options

Since the iPad was introduced, the home screen looked the same, with one row after another of applications from top to bottom, followed by the dock. For something different, Apple has changed the Today view to act as a widget pinned on its first iPad home screen.

  iPadOS anchored

The company also allows you to decide how many application icons appear on a screen, either six through or five. You can make changes to the home screen layout through the Settings application.

  iPadOS icons

Tool palette

The tool palette for Apple Pencil has been significantly changed in iPadOS to include digital pens, pencils, eraser and measuring stick. You can also change the size of the palette to suit your tastes.

  iPad tool palette

Gesture editing

On iPadOS 13, Apple has added new gestures that should facilitate text editing. These include better text selection, cursor navigation and more. The improvements mean that you can now copy, paste and undo text with easy-to-remember gestures.


Improved file application

Apple is finally taking file management on iPadOS seriously. In this case, you are expanding the official Archives application to include file sharing from the iCloud unit with family and friends. There is also a download folder located in the center where you can find your downloads and attachments of Safari and Mail. You can also expect a new column view, which is excellent for viewing high resolution previews.

The update also includes support for external drives for the first time. Drive compatibility in iPadOS is likely to include ExFAT, FAT32, HSF + and APFS. You can compress and decompress files without the need for third-party applications on your devices.

Dark mode

With iOS 12 you can enable a dark mode with Smart Invert. But with iPadOS 13 and iOS 13, Apple is finally bringing an official dark mode to the mobile that it has already done for Mac. With the dark mode, each element on the screen changes to a darker tone than many think is easier for the view The mode can be accessed from the Control Center, or it can be activated / deactivated automatically according to the time of day.

Currently, in the beta version of iPadOS, there are four wallpapers with Dark Mode themes that change automatically as you switch between light and dark. Hopefully, Apple surprises us with many more when iPadOS officially launches everyone.

 iPad dark mode

Photo tab

Perhaps my new favorite feature in iPadOS is the new photos Tab in the Photos application. Subtle in its genius, the tab is where you will find an ever changing curated view of your favorite moments by day, month and year. The Photos application has also been updated to include new editing tools for images and videos.

Other notable features that come

Once you install iPadOS on your tablet, you'll also notice some smaller changes, such as new voice for Siri (sounds more natural), the ability to install custom fonts and more integration with HomeKit. The update also includes faster performance and smaller application downloads to help you save storage space.

Bonus: Sidecar

If you are a Mac and iPad user, you will soon hear a lot about Apple's new Sidecar tool. Officially part of macOS Catalina, the software allows you to control your Mac through your iPad. It also allows you to duplicate your Mac on your tablet or extend your screen.

The star of this process is Apple Pencil. With Mac applications that support Sidecar, you can use your input device to write and draw through your iPad. Not surprisingly, the applications that are expected to support this technology fall into the creative categories of illustration, photography and 3D. Titles include Adobe Illustrator, Affinity Photo, Maya and some others. Many of Apple's native Mac applications will also support work with Apple Pencil.

 Sidecar Apple Pencil

Big unknown: log in with Apple

Finally, there is the new login of Cupertino tool called Log in with Apple. It is a great mystery because it has not yet been shown in a preliminary version of iPadOS or iOS for developers or public beta testers to review. Still, if it works as Apple promised, it could play an important role on the iPad.

With Log in with Apple, you can quickly log into applications and websites using your Apple ID with Face ID or Touch ID. You can also use the tool to create, then give third-party websites a unique email address, instead of the one you use every day. Using a unique email address (which forwards messages to your real address) adds another layer of protection against advertisers and spammers.

Much to see

I have been using iPadOS on my 11-inch iPad Pro since the first time beta was released in June. It is an excellent piece of software and I can't wait to see how it evolves over time. The first public release of iPadOS 13 should be launched in September.

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