iOS 13’s Safari lacks the iPad-only capabilities afforded by the iPadOS software, such as the ability to create multiple browser windows by dragging, but there are plenty of other feature enhancements to make it a worthwhile update, like a dedicated download manager.
Reminders in iOS 13 gets an overhauled appearance, support for handy productivity shortcuts on a new keyboard bar, iTunes-like smart lists driven by Siri intelligence and other perks making it easier to create, organize and track your to-dos on iPhone and iPad.
Safari in iPadOS automatically retrieves desktop version of websites, scaled appropriately for the larger display and optimized for touch. It also brings significant enhancements like a dedicated download manager with background support, more than two-dozen new keyboard shortcuts and improved tab management and multitasking.
Apple’s Craig Federighi is ready to talk about many of the new features and software elements that Apple announced at this year’s WWDC. This time around it’s all about iPadOS, Catalyst, SwiftUI, and more.
New software features in iPadOS make drawing, note-taking and marking things up with your Apple Pencil better than ever before, thanks to a lower latency, exciting software improvements and a feature-rich framework for developers.