While Photoshop has been available for iOS devices for a while now, it always felt like a very hobbled and overly-simplified version of the desktop version of Photoshop. However, that changed a couple of days ago when Adobe released Photoshop for the iPad, bringing a considerably more robust image editing tool for the tablet.
Last year, Adobe announced that they would be bringing a more robust version of Photoshop for the iPad. The good news is that if you love the idea of a more powerful photo and image editing app for your tablet, then you will be pleased to learn that Adobe has officially released Photoshop for the iPad.
With iOS 13, Apple introduced a newer and more robust form of Voice Control. This allows users to interact with their iOS devices without having to touch it, making it a great accessibility feature, and here’s how you can turn the feature on.
If you are thinking about getting your hands on an iPad Pro, you might want to hold off until 2020. This is because according to reports, it has been suggested that Apple might not refresh the iPad Pro this year, meaning that for the sake of futureproofing, holding off until next year might be a good idea if you don’t have the need for it right now.
With the new updates to Apple’s macOS operating system, the company introduced a new feature called Sidecar. In case you’re unfamiliar, this is a new native feature that allows macOS users to use their iPads as a secondary display, so if you needed a second display in a pinch, this feature will let you do just that.
Last year, it was reported that Adobe would be creating a “real” and full version of Photoshop designed for Apple’s iPad. The app was supposed to be launched this year, but given that we’re almost at the end of the year and the app is nowhere in sight, it’s safe to say that our confidence is not particularly high.
While Apple might have done a great job with iOS 12’s release where it was considerably less buggy compared to iOS 11, it seems that Apple is slipping up again with iOS 13, where many users have complained about the numerous bugs and issues that are plaguing their devices, which is admittedly rather disappointing.
While it might be tempting to download and use a software in beta because you’re too excited and can’t wait to see what kind of new features it might bring to the table, there is a reason why it is in beta, because there are bugs and issues that haven’t been fully flushed out yet. In fact, that’s what some iPad Pro users are finding out for themselves, unfortunately.
Dark mode is finally here in iOS 13, but how do you turn it on? Check out our guide for a couple of different ways.
Being able to launch apps on your handset is something we can all expect as one of the most basic features of a smartphone. Unfortunately, it seems that there is a growing number of iPhone and iPad users who are encountering a weird issue in which whenever they launch a non-Apple app, they get an error message.
If you’re looking to buy Apple’s iPad Pro, you might want to wait until next year. This is because according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he claims that Apple will be launching a new iPad Pro in early 2020. This is actually rather interesting because the last time Apple launched a new iPad Pro, it was about a year ago.
One of the features of macOS Catalina is called Sidecar. For those who are unfamiliar, this basically allows macOS users to take an iPad and turn that iPad into a secondary display for their MacBook laptops. It sounds pretty useful and a much welcome feature, especially for users who have long had to rely on third-party alternatives.
Typing on a touchscreen keyboard is perfectly fine for firing off short messages, but as you might know, typing out longer documents and emails can be tiresome. This is due to the lack of feedback that you get when typing with a virtual keyboard versus an actual physical keyboard, but it seems that Apple could have an idea on how to fix that.
Apple has been starting to transition to OLED screens. It first started with the Apple Watch and it later expanded to the iPhone, and we expect that in the future, it will find its way to the iPad and MacBooks as well. However, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, that might not be 100% accurate.