Category Archives: iPadOS

Apple updated iOS and iPadOS

Apple again updated iOS for iPhones and iPods touch and iPadOS for iPads, 12 days after last update on November 7. It’s just minor update, fixing bugs and improving performance, no major changes. Apple, for example, fixed a bug that could prevent Mail from fetching new messages. Full changelog is below. You can update your devices via Settings… Read More »

Apple updated iOS and iPadOS

iPhones and iPads running iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 suffered memory management bug, which causes that running apps were killed too aggressively. As we informed HERE, Apple was working to fix his issue. And it was faster than we expected. Apple just released iOS / iPadOS 13.2.2, which addresses this issue. With this patch, your apps should not… Read More »

Apple updated macOS, iOS and iPadOS

Apple just updated macOS, iOS and its fork iPadOS. As for macOS, it’s a Supplemental Update, which fixes some bugs and also a problem with Setup Assistant hanging during Catalina installation. As for iOS and iPadOS, it’s just bug fixes and performance improvements. Updates are recommended for all users, but as usual, before updating your devices, backup all… Read More »

Apple released iPadOS

It was a little surprise when Apple on 2019 WWDC announced iPadOS. It’s a fork of “regular” iOS optimized for iPads. For years, iPad was considered as big iPhone without GSM module, but since iOS 9 and iPad-specific features like iOS 9 multitasking – two apps on one screen a Picture-In-Picture support – Apple began to split iOS… Read More »

iPadOS will be here sooner than expected

In the last years, Apple usually released new major versions of macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS at the same or similar time. This is good, because Apple is known for its great ecosystem and we are able to experience latest technologies across all Apple’s devices and to avoid inconsistencies across platforms. Personally, I own iMac, iPhone and iPad… Read More »