Holding the option key on your Mac can reveal new menu options and trigger time-saving features. It was fun exploring those hidden perks, and now that torch has passed to 3D Touch on iOS.
This is a clever way to make shortcuts more accessible on iOS versus a Mac, and help users learn what they need based on the things they do.
It took a while, but managing files on iOS has evolved to offer both simplicity for most users and the power and control power users crave.
Jason Snell recently wrote off 3D Touch and its accompanying peek and pop features as thus far underutilized, not integrated enough throughout iOS, and not worth the time for developers to adopt them due to their […]
iOS has evolved in amazing ways over the years, and I want to look back at the major end-user features that made a big difference in the ways we work and play.
Split View, Slide Over, and Picture in Picture are some of my favorite new features in iOS 9. Here are the ways to trigger each, as well as the best tips I’ve found so far for getting the most out of them.
Some of my favorite new features in iOS 9—Split View, Slide Over, and Picture in Picture—are exclusive to iPad. In short, when iPad is in landscape, swipe in from the right to create a Slide […]
There are plenty of “I wish Apple would add this” to iOS posts floating around, but I want to focus on something more specific: iOS and Apple’s core apps that are missing important features from […]
iOS 9 has some pretty great new features and tweaks all over the place. Here are some of my favorites so far. iPad: Swap out your main app in Split View When using Split Views […]
I am generally not one for hyperbole (unless I’m joking around). But the new keyboard tools Apple added to iPad in iOS 9 really do feel significant. Predictive bar has more tools For example, if […]