In this hands-on video walkthrough, we go hands-on with Stage Manager, Apple's new multitasking feature in iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 Ventura.
Apple is expected to boost iPad multitasking by introducing a new multitasking interface in iPadOS 16, according to a reliable Bloomberg reporter.
The Meta-owned messaging service now lets you listen to WhatsApp voice messages and audio files outside of chats, improving your multitasking when using the app.
FloatingPlayer is your Spotify and Apple Music mini player that lets you control playback everywhere via a floating Picture in Picture window on your iPhone, iPad or Mac.
iPhone users have long decried the platform’s multitasking experience, especially compared with side-by-side apps on the iPad or windowed apps on desktop computers. The App Switcher just doesn’t cut it for users who want to get stuff done as quickly as possible.
Anyone that does even the smallest amount of multitasking on their iPhone should be avidly familiar with the App Switcher. That’s because it’s the primary way to move from one app to another without visiting the Home Screen.
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.
If there’s anything that jailbreaking my iPhone has taught me over the past several years, it’s that I should always come to expect more from iOS than Apple provides for it out of the box.
The aforementioned rule of thumb holds true in so many different respects, but one particular element of iOS that I find to be lacking features and intuitive integration is the App Switcher. It’s just… boring.
Apple with its iPadOS 15 software has addressed complaints about the low discoverability of the iPad multitasking gestures by adding a new multitasking menu to the top of apps.
Apple's WWDC21 kicks off tomorrow and the company is expected to unveil some new privacy, notification and multitasking improvement with iOS and iPadOS 15, according to a new report.
A compelling iPadOS concept imagines enhanced multitasking on the iPad sporting a Mac-like menu system along with floating windows, an App Library in the Dock and other perks.
Apple gave Zoom a preferential treatment on its platform by allowing the videoconferencing software to access private APIs letting the iPad camera be used during Split View multitasking.