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iPad & iPhone User is the only digital magazine you need to the world of the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Subscribe to iPad & iPhone User and get more out of your Apple device with our step-by-step tutorials, straight forward buying advice and expert reviews of the latest apps, games and accessories.. Each issue is packed with step-by-step tutorials and features on how to get the most from your apps and services like iCloud, iTunes Match, iPhoto, GarageBand, iMovie, Pages and Keynote, as well as all the latest apps. Anyone from a complete iPad and iPhone beginner to hardcore power users will learn more about their beloved Apple device.

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apple to hold wwdc 2020 online due to coronavirus pandemic

Apple isn’t cancelling its annual Worldwide Developers Conference this year, but it is changing the format. According to a statement, Apple will hold WWDC 2020 online in order to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. In the statement, Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller referred to the pandemic as the “current health situation”. He also said Apple aimed to create a “new WWDC 2020 format that delivers a full programme with an online keynote and sessions, offering a great learning experience for our entire developer community, all around the world”. Schiller did not specify the actual dates, but he confirmed that the event would be held in June as usual. In our event calendar, we speculate that the most likely dates for the event are June 1-5 or 8-12 in keeping with…

2 min.
ios and ipados 13.4 is now available

Apple still has plenty left in store for iOS 13 before moving on to iOS 14. iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 add significant new features. For iPad users, you’ll get new support for bluetooth keyboards and trackpads, making productivity tasks a lot easier. Developers can now publish apps and in-app purchases as ‘universal purchases’ that work across Mac, iPad and iPhone. And iCloud folder sharing is finally here. Mouse and trackpad support In an unexpected surprise, Apple is adding mouse and trackpad support to all iPads starting with iOS 13.4. The feature was widely expected to be a part of iOS 14 in the autumn, but it’s already ready to go. The feature is marketed for the new iPad Pro and it’s Magic Keyboard (which will be available in May), but all…

2 min.
apple acquires dark sky weather app

Apple has acquired the much-loved weather app Dark Sky fave.co/2JvuXJz. One of the first weather services to use machine learning to make very local and very timely weather predictions, Dark Sky has been a feature on just about every ‘best weather apps’ list since its release back in 2012. What started as a successful Kickstarter project grew into a global weather prediction service used by dozens of apps. Less than a decade later, Dark Sky has announced in a blog post that it has been acquired by Apple. What this means for Dark Sky users If you’re an iOS user, nothing much changes for you right now. The Dark Sky app is still available in the App Store for £3.99. The company says, “There will be no changes to Dark Sky for…

4 min.
the changing nature of apple product releases

Even in these trying times, it’s good to have something to look forward to. The recent release of new models of the iPad Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Mini and Powerbeats may be small potatoes in the grand scheme of things, but they at least give us a distraction from everything else that’s going on. More than that, though, they may be the first real indication of Apple’s behaviour during this current world situation. Not just in terms of the products that the company is delivering, but how it’s prepared to deliver them. Because the Apple that we’ve all become accustomed to watching, the one that has the business of product releases down to a science, has to deal with these major upheavals like the rest of us, and that means a…

5 min.
5 ways the new ipad pro changes apple’s vision for the tablet computer

If there was any doubt that Apple had an event planned for March, Apple’s surprise announcement of the new iPad Pro confirms it. With a slew of new features and enhancements, the new tablet is more than just your usual refresh. It charts a whole new course for the iPad and draws a clear line between the consumer and the pro iPad. The new iPad Pro brings over all of the ‘pro’ features from the prior model – USB-C, second-gen Apple Pencil support, ProMotion display, Face ID – but it also comes packed with a bunch of next-gen features that take it to a whole new level and make it ever closer to becoming the hybrid device we’ve always wanted it to be. 1. A focus on graphics Apple has always put a…

4 min.
why is the 2020 ipad pro such a minor upgrade?

The first reviews of the 2020 iPad Pro are in, and the results are – clear: it’s an awful lot like its predecessor from 2018. While there are a few notable updates – a new ultra-wide camera and a LiDAR scanner – it’s not really any faster than the old model. Which is fair enough. The 2018 iPad Pro was so far ahead of the game that even now I never feel like it’s too slow to handle anything I throw at it. I can see why Apple didn’t feel the need to upgrade the A12X processor much at all. But, then, here’s the big question: Why did Apple upgrade the iPad Pro at all? I have some theories. Open the LiDAR floodgates It’s rare that Apple rolls out a camera feature on the iPad…