iPadOS 16 what's new
If you installed iPadOS 16 today or plan to in the next few days you'll want to watch this video by Christopher Lawley to learn everything new.
Christopher Lawley, iPadOS 16 Walkthrough: EVERYTHING You Need To Know! – YouTube
Back in 2018 I decided I was ditching Android for an iPhone. Since then my Apple devices have continued to grow. Have I become a fanboy? I recently bought my seventh Apple device to add to my ever growing collection of iStuff. Here’s what I currently own:
This reminds me of my iCreep journey. Only mine started back in December 2014 when the keyboard on my Android went to hell. I replace it with a refurbished iPhone 6 Plus from Verizon.
Next came an iMac to replace my Windows computer. In 2015 I decided it would be nice to have so I got a MacBook Pro. I loved it so much that I finally sold the 2013 iMac.
I was never interested in an iPad but I eventually got one. It was the cheapest base model and as it turned out I never used it all that much.
Today I'm all in with Apple devices.
- iPhone 11
- M1 iMac
- iPad Air
- Magic Keyboard for iPad
- Apple Pencil
- Apple Watch
- Air Pods Pro
I wouldn't call myself a “fanboy” but I love my Apple products.
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Finally! Apple Mail app on Mac, iPhone, and iPad is getting Undo Send, schedule emails and reminders (snooze) to follow-up.
Finally! iPadOS 16 Finder will have the ability to view folder size and extension, and the ability to change a files extensions.
iOS 16 will push standalone security updates to iOS 16 devices between standard software updates.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially granted Apple a patent that relates to a new hinged iPad keyboard accessory that provides multiple installation modes that could deliver superior flexibility for users. One particular patent figure would strongly suggest that the iPad could take on a macOS (or macOS-like) user interface.
This sounds very interesting. iPadOS as we know it in touch form, macOS when connected to the Magic Keyboard.
Chris Welch, writing for The Verge
When using Universal Control, you can use the keyboard and cursor from your Mac to control an iPad sitting beside it — and the opposite scenario also works. If you’ve got a Magic Keyboard for an iPad Pro, you can use that accessory’s keyboard and trackpad to control a Mac.
Universal Control is like magic. So cool! This will undoubtedly change my workflow between my Mac and iPad.