The iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 software updates took iOS 13.0's initial iPad mouse support as an accessibility option to the next level with proper trackpad support complete with multi-touch trackpad gestures, the interactive mouse pointer and other perks. Because none of that is managed from one central place, we've decided to come up with a bunch of tips to explain the intricacies of mouse/trackpad support in iPadOS, how to customize it to your liking and more.
Technically speaking, the iPad has supported rudimentary Bluetooth mouse support with the arrival of iPadOS, but Apple has improved the quality of that use case quite a bit with the latest version of the mobile operating system.
The iOS 13.4 software update, along with its matching iPadOS 13.4 counterpart, enables more than a dozen major new capabilities on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 were released publicly this morning. Be sure to watch our quick hands-on video walkthrough to quickly familiarize yourself with all the enhancements.
Now available to pre-order, the new Brydge Pro+ keyboard integrates an oversized trackpad that's designed to seamlessly work with cursor support in iPadOS 13.4.
Be sure to watch Harris's hands-on video walkthrough if you'd like to master using a mouse or trackpad with your iPad thanks to expanded cursor support and implementation of multi-touch trackpad gestures in the iPadOS 13.4 software update.
Codes strings uncovered from the golden master build of iOS 13.4 that was seeded to testers Wednesday ahead of March 24 launch indicate that all of the new iPad Pro models that were unveiled yesterday most likely come equipped with six gigabytes of RAM.
Next week, Apple is going to release iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, and watchOS 6.2 to the public. Before that can happen, though, the company has to release the Golden Master of the software to developers.
Although iPadOS 13.4 is currently in testing, Apple acknowledged today that the free software update would become available for public consumption next Tuesday, March 24.
The iPadOS 13.4 software brought a truly valuable feature, full iPad keyboard navigation which makes it possible to control iPad with a physical keyboard, no screen touching required whatsoever. It's yet another productivity improvement in iPadOS which turns your Apple tablet into a productivity powerhouse. Follow along with us to learn how to use iPad keyboard navigation to do things like navigate the iPad user interface, toggle buttons, scroll lists, use iOS features such as the Control or Notification Center, launch shortcuts and much, much more.
The iOS 13.4 software brings detailed Apple Card transaction history for App Store purchases and subscriptions to the Wallet app on your iPhone.
Want the Caps Lock key on your physical iPad keyboard to assume the function of the Escape key? How about rebinding the Globe key to a different function? With iOS and iPadOS 13.4, you can do just that — change the behavior of some hardware modifier keys on physical keyboards. Follow along with us as we show you how to remap your iPad keyboard modifier keys.