The new Dock in iOS 11 opens up some big new doors for organizing your apps and keeping many more of them at the flick of your fingertips.
Apple has been iterating on iPad multitasking the last couple of years. iOS 11 blows the roof off all these improvements, and for good reason.
It’s taking some adjustment, but I’m going to stick with the 10.5-inch iPad. Here’s how it’s gone so far.
I don’t usually post deals or sales, but this feels like a worthwhile exception. Wirecutter Deals tweeted that this current gen iPad Pro is $625 ($150 off!) right now for Best Buy members (signup is […]
The iPad can be more empowering than the sum of its parts, but it might require some new thinking and letting go of old habits.
I have long been a proponent of typing directly on the iPad, and now the Pro brings some even greater advantages.
Many iPad keyboards have a dedicated button to show the on-screen software keyboard, which can be handy if you want emoji or a third-party keyboard for things like text snippets, form filling tools, and GIFs. […]
And then there was the time Fraser Speirs nailed it.
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.
I really like Jared Sinclair and the apps he’s built. I consider him a respected internet friend—we follow each other on Twitter, but I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting him yet in real life. […]