iOS 15 has a bunch of new features that improve FaceTime, Sharing, Notifications, and more. Until now, you would've had to install the iOS 15 beta to try out the features. However, that's now changing with the release of the first iOS 15 public beta. Anyone with an iPhone can now try out the new iOS 15 software and check out all the new features, including the ability to copy/paste text and photos between apps.
Drag and Drop
iPad users have long been able to enjoy multitasking-centric features such as Drag and Drop and multi-window interfaces, but iPhone users have been somewhat unlucky in this department, mostly because Apple limits these features to the iPad since it’s marketed as a mobile productivity device.
If you’re jailbroken, however, then you don’t need to play by these asinine limitations. A newly-released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed DragEnabler by iOS developer Skitty permits iPad-like drag and drop functionality on unsupported devices, including the iPhone and iPod touch.
If you’re like me and use Twitter a lot, then you might take an interest in a new free jailbreak tweak called TWPlus by iOS developer Chloee.
Just as the name of the tweak implies, TWPlus augments the user experience in the official Twitter app with a plethora of high-demand features; it also unlocks hidden settings from within the app that you typically couldn’t access on a stock device.
Microsoft released a monster of an update today for users of its OneDrive storage app for iOS.
Google's recently redesigned native Calendar app for iPhone and iPad was updated yesterday with support for iOS 11, iPhone X's edge-to-edge OLED screen and iPad drag and drop.
Google today updated its mobile Docs, Sheets and Slides apps in App Store with full support for iOS 11, the new iPhone X screen resolution and drag and drop on compatible iPads.
Google today updated its mobile Chrome browser for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with a pair of new features. Chrome, a free download from App Store, now supports iOS 11's new drag and drop capability on compatible iPad models and brings two new Today widgets.
The popular Photoshop alternative, Pixelmator for iPhone and iPad, was updated on App Store this morning with support for iOS 11's drag and drop features on iPad and opening images saved in Apple's new HEIF file format.
iOS 11 isn’t due for release until September 19th, but new app updates that take advantage of the platform's new features have started to hit the App Store. So far, we’ve seen several updates that include Augmented Reality and Drag and Drop support.
Popular iPhone and iPad productivity apps from the prolific Ukrainian developer Readdle—Spark, PDF Expert, Documents and Scanner Pro—are scheduled to get massive feature-packed updates as soon as iOS 11 releases later this month. So, what's new?