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iPad User Magazine

iPad User Magazine

Issue 72

iPad User Magazine is the complete companion guide for owners of any iPad model, including the new iPad mini. Published every six weeks you’ll be kept up-to-date with the latest things to do on your iPad.

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United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Future Publishing Ltd
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Monthly
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9 Numéros

dans ce numéro

1 min
welcome

Apple has finally sent me a review sample of the new iPad Pro to have a play with, the latest one with the M1 chip. I’ll bring you my full review next issue, but let me just say that I’m loving how snappy and fast it feels, and how great the screen looks, not to mention how well everything works with the Apple Pencil. Of course, the new iPad Pro is running iPadOS 14, and Apple has just announced details of its next iPadOS 15, which we reveal this issue. So my new iPad is already starting to feel a little out of date! The pace of Apple’s advancements never ceases to amaze me. As soon as you’ve got comfortable with the latest software, they’re updating it and adding more features…

8 min
ipados 15 is coming!

At its recent World Wide Developers Conference, Apple announced details of its upcoming iPhone, Apple Watch and iPad operating systems, now up to version 15 on iOS and iPadOS. Of course, it was iOS 15 that took centre stage at the event, but the same features are coming to iPadOS 15, as well as a few unique add-ons just for iPad, that we’re sure you’re going to love. “We’re excited to make the iPad experience even better with iPadOS 15,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering. “With more intuitive multitasking, a new Home Screen design with integrated widgets and the App Library, systemwide note taking with Quick Note, Translate designed for iPad, SharePlay, a redesigned Safari experience, new tools to stay focused, and more, users can now…

1 min
which ipads will get ipados 15?

>Here’s the full list of iPads that will get the new upgrade. • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation) • iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation) • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation) • iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd generation) • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation) • iPad Pro 11-inch (1st generation) • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation) • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st generation) • iPad Pro 10.5-inch • iPad Pro 9.7-inch • iPad (8th generation) • iPad (7th generation) • iPad (6th generation) • iPad (5th generation) • iPad mini (5th generation) • iPad mini 4 • iPad Air (4th generation) • iPad Air (3rd generation) • iPad Air 2…

1 min
privacy matters

> Apple sees privacy as a human right, and has gone to great lengths to let you keep your personal data under your own control on your iPad, particularly through its app tracking transparency feature. In iPadOS 15 Apple is adding Mail Privacy Protection, which hides your IP address so senders can’t find your location, or know if and when you opened their email. The same IP hiding technology is also implemented in Safari, plus there’s a new section in Settings called App Privacy Report. Here you can see how often apps try to access your location, contacts, camera and more. And you can see all the third party domains the app is contacting.…

2 min
secrets of ipados 14

The launch of iPadOS 14 in 2020 wasn’t the seismic shift we saw the previous year when the iPad got its own operating system for the first time. However, there are plenty of new features, tweaks, and improvements in this version. Today View widgets have evolved and now feature many of the same options as the Home Screen widgets introduced in iOS 14. So, you can now add Stacks and choose between large, medium and small widgets, for example. Lots of apps look different now too, thanks to the addition of sidebars and pull-down menus. App Clips make an appearance in iPadOS with this version, and you can now use an Apple Pencil to write in any text box and have your handwriting converted to text. And in the Notes app, you…

1 min
how to customise the files app

1 Edit the sidebar Tap Files to launch it. Tap the sidebar icon in the top left to view it, then tap More and choose Edit Sidebar. Use the toggle switches to add or remove items from Locations, or tap ‘–‘ to remove items from Favourites or Tags. 2 Change the sidebar order You don’t have to keep the default order in the sidebar. To change the order of items in the sidebar, tap and hold on the item you want to move, then drag it up or down and drop it in its new location. Tap Done when you’re finished. 3 Add a folder to Favourites To add a folder to the Favourites section of the sidebar, navigate to the folder you want to add then tap and hold on it. Choose Favourite. You…