iPadOS 13.1 is the Future of Computing: 5 Pro tips!

iPadOS 13.1 is the Future of Computing: 5 Pro tips!

It’s September 2019 and Apple just
released the very first version of iOS operating system that is specifically made for the
iPad. It is aptly named iPad OS iPad OS is the manifestation
of Apple’s commitment to bringing new, innovative feature sets that differentiate the
iPad user experience from other devices that run iOS like the iPhone and even
to some degree Apple TV and Apple Watch. iPad OS is going to bring the iPad
one step closer to being a full fledged computer and it’s going to allow people
like you and me to leave our computer home or at least make the conscious
decision if you really need to use your computer. That is because iPad OS is
really packed with many great features that closely resemble its Mac brethren including
a full featured web experience thanks to the desktop class browsing. Better multitasking thanks to multi-window,
slide over, and split view. Mouse support. The ability to store, read,
and write files from an external hard drive. And last but certainly not least file
management tying it all together. There’s certainly a lot to digest now
that you’ve upgraded to iPad OS and you might not be sure where to start
with unpacking all of the great features that I talked about. Well, you’re in the right place because
I’ve been using iPad OS as part of the developer beta since June and
into this video I’m going to give you five tips to get you started with iPad OS and talk about why
it is the future of computing. I am Mike and this is
tech 24/7 TV. Let’s get started. Let’s get some housekeeping items out
of the way. I’ll put timestamps the different sections right below the Like button
in the event that you want to come back to a certain section and
also any product that I talk about today will be linked in the video description
below if you want to pick up something for yourself. Now the links will take you to Amazon
and if you end up purchasing something there. Amazon pays me a small
commission which doesn’t cost you anything. All of it ends up supporting
the channel with different products to review. Now speaking of products some of you
might remember that I reviewed the Bridge Pro keyboard for the 2018 12.
9 inch iPad Pro earlier this year. Now as much as I love the keyboard
and the laptop I experience, I’m giving away my twelve point nine inch Brydge
Pro keyboard to one (1) lucky winner so make sure you stick around at the
end of the video to learn how to win it. Now with the formalities
out of the way. First things first, let’s personalize the iPad
to make it feel like our own. Now new this year the ability to change
the app density and layout of the iPad you can a choose a layout that’s
more compact allowing for six apps across in five apps down or b you can
have a large app icons over five apps across in four down. Depending on how you use your iPad
and really your eyesight will largely dictate what you choose here. Now personally speaking, I prefer to
have a dense rap layout opposed to having bigger app icons. That’s because
the denser layout allows you to pin the today view widget to the home
screen when your iPad is in landscape mode. Pinning your today view to the home
screen is almost like having a second dock on your iPad because you can quickly
use it to consume glance simple information or launch apps much like
you would do from the dock. My today view widget contains my test
management app of choice which is Omnifocus and the battery life indicator for
my iPad which includes any accessories that are connected including a mouse. Yes that is right. I said mouse. The cat
is out of the bag. You can connect a mouse to your iPad. Apple literally
it surprised everyone this year and enabled mouse support on
the iPad and iPhone. Now to level set expectations,
this features is really designed for individuals who have an accessibility issue that
would prevent them from using a different input method when using the iPad.
Meaning that using a mouse with the iPad works kind of like
you would expect it to. But there are definitely nuances to it.
Now lets pair a mouse to your iPad. Lets go and open up settings.
Let’s head over to accessibility. Head down to the second section which is labeled
“physical and motor” and then select the first setting which is titled “touch.” Now you need to enable the first option
which is called the “Assistive Touch. ” Now once this is enabled this
is going to add an on-screen menu button that’s always on unless you turn off
the “always show menu” toggle in the pointer device” section. Now that “AssistiveTouch” is enabled,
let’s click on the devices which is the first setting you
see they’re labeled “pointer devices. ” Tap on “Bluetooth devices” and then
put your mouse in a pairing mode. My mouse of choice is the MX Master
2S from Logitech which has five buttons; each of which can be matched
to an a function on iPadOS. Now that our mouse is connected let’s
tap on the information icon to the right of the mouse’s name. And here’s where you’ll map each of
the buttons. Now for me I only see three buttons here so I will need to
add two more buttons for the ones that are not shown. I will
tap “customize” then I’ll press the physical button on my mouse which iPad OS recognizes
that button 5 and I will map it to a function You will really need to experiment
here with what function you wanted it execute now. I’m going to use
one button for notifications and one button for home. You can also change the size and color
the pointer in the Assistive Touch “Pointer Style” menu. Protip: If you plan to use a mouse
regularly with your iPod or iPhone I would suggest adding the accessibility
toggle in control center so that you can move the
onscreen menu very quickly. All right. So now that we have your
mouse set up let’s do some real work here. Now this is probably my single favorite
update this year because it’s going to release the constraints that so many of
us felt using the iPad as our primary computing device. And that’s the ability to multitask
with a high degree of effectiveness. Now there are paradigms in iPad OS
this year which for multitasking which are to be exclusive to the iPad and
they will not come to the iPhone. it slide over, split view and multi
windows support. The first enhancement coming to multitasking is going to
be for slide over which was originally introduced in iOS 11 a few years back. Now slide over has been updated to
allow for multiple apps to be active in a slide over pane and users can
quickly switch between those apps by swiping along the bar in the same exact
way that you do on your iPhone To you slide over you’ll need to have
at least one app open already. While you would drag another app up from
the dock and place it on top like so Now if you haven’t already customize
your doctor an extensive degree you need to get at it because this
is where you’re going to benefit the most from adding your favorite
apps into the dock. Second you can get a view of all the
open apps and slide over by swiping up on the bar which is look
at along the bottom one of the apps And apps can be close by swiping up
like you do in any other app. Third you can put an app that’s currently
open and slide over into side by side by dragging down the bar located at
the top and then adjusting the split view window as you want
the next change coming. Multitasking is the most significant
updates is gonna be a split view but views appeared on that we’re all
probably familiar with however now it’s supercharged because you can open
up multiple instances of the same app and switch between the open windows.
Now this is system wide with the exception of a couple
apps including Apple Music. Now let’s open safari. Let’s open up
another instance of safari inside by side which would result in being
able to independently control and work in two safari windows at the same time.
Now let’s bring up the bottom dock and shore pressing the safari icon. From there we see five contextual options.
Let’s choose the first option which is show all windows. Which brings
up a view similar to expose a would you see a Mac OS and this is going
to lead us right into the third change. Multitasking it’s multi Windows support. You could really almost do this to
your heart’s content allowing for different workspaces depending on what
you want to accomplish. Now that and having side by side windows
open is not limited to multiple windows of the same app meaning that
you can have safari and omni focused safari messages are in drafts. Now building on the theme of productivity
it’s almost always been challenging to type on the iPad while you’re
holding it. But thankfully Apple is bringing quick path typing to
the iPad this year. Now quick that typing this is actually
what’s going to shrink the keyboard down to iPhone size and allow you to
drag your finger across spelling words much like you do with Swype or Gboard
without the creepiness of a third party watching every keystroke. Now you can activate quickpath typing
one of two ways: either “A” you tap on the keyboard glyph in the bottom
row while the keyboard is full size and a click floating or “B” you pinch
on the keyboard and shrink it down in either instance you can make the
keyboard full size again by pinching it out for all the people out there
that love emojis there’s now one button access on the bottom left
hand side of the keyboard. Last but certainly not least in terms
of features iPad OS enabled safari to function as a desktop-class browser
meaning there are no more mobile web pages unless you want in
that way. And who wants that? Now by extension this really great
feature has few implications to it. First you can navigate and work in
any of the popular Web sites like Google Docs, Dropbox square space YouTube creators
you doing just about any other Web site without needing an app. And Safari now includes a download
manager like what a download manager. Yep this is going to allow you
to download content and store it locally on your iPad. Mind blown Anything that you download through your iPad
or your iPhone is going to sync between your devices. If you’re
using iCloud Drive and forth you can point the download manager to
any location including external storage. Wait what? Yes Yes you heard me correctly. You can
even connect external stores to your iPad or your iPhone and manage the
files on there as you would a Mac. And it doesn’t matter whether you have
an old or a new iPad. If it runs iOS 13 or iPad OS,
you can connect external stores to it but there’s a little bit of a nuance and
I’ll let you down gently here. Now the second and third generation
iPad Pro; meaning the 12.9-inch and the 10.5-inch iPad that were released
in 2017 and have a lighting port or the current generation 12. 9-inch and
the 11-inch iPad Pro that have a USB type C port support USB 3.0. Any other I’ve had her iPhone out there
is only gonna be capable of USP 2. 0 speeds including that brand new
iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro that we just bought. Now that’s a little bit of a bummer
but it’s still early days for the support. Now what I’ll do is I’ll create
a new video talking through any of the changes to external drive support and
link it in the card above. As I talked about in beginning the
video I’m giving away my Brydge Pro keyboard that works with the
2018 12. 9-inch iPad Pro. In order to be eligible to win
the contest, make sure you subscribe to the channel. Leave a comment down below
on how iPad OS is just going to change your workflow and I will pick
a random comment on *September* 30th at 7 p.m.. Now there’s more T&Cs in the description
below and that’s going to do it for me today. There’s more content plan in terms of a
full iPad OS review and I still have my iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 pro
review coming out so make sure you’re subscribed with notifications to be
notified when that content hits. I am Mike Caputo and
this is Tech 24/7 TV. Hit like, hit subscribe. And
I’ll talk to the next one.

Daniel Ostrander

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100 thoughts on “iPadOS 13.1 is the Future of Computing: 5 Pro tips!


    My iPad is ready for this keyboard

  2. Barb Todd says:

    Great info… thanks

  3. Court McLeary says:

    Since I got an iPad Pro I’ve been using my MacBook Pro far less. Essentially I only use it when I need to code.

  4. simpleme327 lastname says:

    Dualshock 4 doesn't work for all the games

  5. simpleme327 lastname says:

    So sad

  6. D Media says:

    Adding mouse support, file app and USB C to connect hard drives were great improvements. I am ready to receive my keyboard 🙂 thanks

  7. Leonard Brandt says:

    Play live backtracks in slide over with anytune pro and read the sheet music in pdf expert

  8. JRodriguez says:

    I’m a med student , actually I’m doing lots of docx and power point presentations, little bit of excel for financial control. My concerns about getting an iPad Pro 11” or a MacBook Air is that if I’m gonna be able to do-edit docx and power point presentations in an iPad, I had the 2018 IPad and ended up selling it because it didn’t help me with those tasks I just mentioned. Do you think Office 365 could come in full MAC/Pc version for iPadOS ?

  9. Robin says:

    Plus de contenus en français ça serait sympa 👍😊

  10. Rumen Mutafov says:

    With the keyboard I’ll finally be able to use the iPad as an everyday laptop replacement

  11. Ultradeath Machine says:

    As someone who uses ipad for music production the ability to have several webpages open in slideover while i am working will really slow down my productivity as I end up browsing more weird stuff rather than working on music.

  12. Ar Shing says:

    The Brydge pro keyboard is fantastic, I love how it has unlimited viewing angles and turns ipad to a mac, though more protection like rubber on four sides would be great!

  13. Chris Brown says:

    As a classroom instructor, I can now use the multitasking feature to have simultaneous access to control my slides from anywhere in the classroom using NearPod, access to my lesson plan, and have my resource materials on the screen at the same time. This is a game changer!

  14. Ngo Shing YEUNG says:

    I would really want to get the Brydge keyboard, it makes the ipad an alternative to the macbook.

  15. Leonard0o5 says:

    I’m a graphic designer and the iPad has been a good addition to my workflow, now with the iPadOS I expect great improvements in my workflow!

  16. Hussien Mawla says:

    I wish i can win the keyboard i subed and turned on the nofactions

  17. XTim182 says:

    Parabéns pelo vídeo em português, graças.

  18. Geo Frace says:

    Very informative. Keep it up!

  19. Tony Delgado says:

    My first iPadOS review… thanks!

  20. Sreenivas K V says:

    Nice review 👌🏼

  21. Richard Wallach says:

    This has changed the way I run my classroom. Connection through an Apple TV makes everything flawless. Just looking to enhance the experience with a rad keyboard!

  22. Bruce Pollock says:

    Excellent video. All too often I watch these things and don't learn anything. I learned from your presentation. Great job!!!

  23. vance955 says:

    Super impressed on the iPadOS. Really works like a charm!

  24. Cyril Leung says:

    Why can’t I do multiple incidents with PowerPoint or outlook 365?

  25. Michael Martinez says:

    Not going to lie, the download manager is great. I do not need my Mac anymore to download pier to pier files.

  26. Kandeepa Sundaram says:

    External storage supported for iPad 2018 too??

  27. Caleb Alvarado says:

    This is the best video I've seen of this type, very clear and helpful, you pointed out all the things I wanted to know how to do on this new update, I'm new to iOS anf I really appreciate this. Thanks!

  28. Repulse theMonkey says:

    Mouse support is poor. It needs to be like it is on a Mac. As for external drives, very poor, as major formats such as FAT32 are unsupported.

  29. Tim Federwitz says:

    Really well done and I LOVE when people put timestamps for reference videos like this, because I know I WILL be coming back to watch this later when I forget to do something. You have a new subscriber because of the video and attention to detail, but I would also love to win that Brydge! Even if I don't, I will probably be buying one shortly. I just wish someone (the makers of Brydge maybe) would create a keyboard like this with a bluetooth trackpad built in!!! Can you imagine?? I know it will happen soon.

  30. Dan Dattilo says:

    Really appreciated the real-life use cases for using the mouse function, and how to use iPadOS in many uses cases that used to require a laptop. Here comes the cliche; it is truly life changing! Thank you!

  31. Brad Whalen says:

    I don’t really see the point. The majority of the comments here have been about mouse support and usb file transfer support which could have been added with a simple update for all iOS devices. Also if you think about it, the end game here is really going to be just a very expensive and simple laptop computer.

  32. Ikechukwu Nwanze says:

    MacBook Air is already a desktop now. My 12.9 Inch iPad Pro is so capable now after iPad OS. I go to my iMac when at home because I still love using the desktop but when on the go, iPad Pro is my choice now. I seldom use my MacBook Air in cases where I need to use my qualitative research software that does not have iPad support. So, with the iPad Pro, I have my note taking tool, computer, mouse support, light and of cause my USB along with it all. Mobile office on the go.

  33. Brett Aronowitz says:

    I AGREE that the future of all computing is toward the ipad. Sorry Steve, but you were wrong, Apple Pencil has been a game changer.

  34. Bill-Lee Vertrees says:

    Very well done. At age 83, I need all the help I can get to keep up with with this fast changing world. This new iOS will super charge my old iPad, my new iPad Pro 12.9 and my iPhone SE. You are on the top of my list of Apple gurus.

  35. Nějaký Muž says:

    Hi, for me personally iPadOS changed the whole way how I used my iPad. It has never been so much fun! Im really enjoyin movies from external storage and download manager is also a huge change. The way I use my iPad is media consumption, e-mail work and photo editing (main reason, why I wanted iPad Pro). And now? New doors are opened a I am ready to use my new keyboard😉

  36. Frozen gamer says:

    Things are much more easier than a laptop

  37. romain rêve says:

    oui en français c'est top!!!!

  38. adrianmvp1 says:

    this is so cool man thanks for the opportunity to win the ipad keyboard !!!! DOPENESS

  39. Bill Hayes says:

    Using my iPad for music recording and creation. So much simpler than using my laptop…

  40. Tyus Durant says:

    I am so looking forward to this. I’m a programmer and I already use codesandbox so I can do some work and push to git. Now I can add external storage?! I will be able to get so much work done away from my desk.

  41. Giuzu says:

    The potential of such a powerful device paired with it’s portability is MIND BLOWING!!! I am mainly using mine to take notes and categorize all of my ideas with audios and visual clues through notability but seeing where this is headed I might be able to use this instead of my mac for finalcut and photoshop… can’t wait to see where Ipad will be 5 years from now

  42. walter ulloa says:

    Hola, Puedes hacer un tutorial paso a paso, para explotar mi "ipad air 2" tal como tu video gracias

  43. Sandra says:

    I can’t get used to how the mouse cursor look😂

  44. Marcus Manderson says:

    iPadOS is great. I really want to replace my “Documents” app with the Safari downloads option. To do that, I need to be able to share between the downloads folder and DropBox. That does not seem to work for me right now. Any ideas?

  45. salah bitar says:

    Hey I’m Salah. I always enjoy your videos and I hope I can win the keyboard!

  46. Mohamed Nasser El Saka says:

    More than anything, it's the file manager and external drive support that make it a game changer for me. I haven't used my laptop since I installed the iPadOS beta more than a month ago!

  47. sarcastor6 says:

    I might have to upgrade my iPad 6th gen to a pro for the usb-c port now

  48. Jean-Michel Fuentes says:

    Hey man, awesome video! Could i ask what stand you are using? You think maybe that could carey the ipad plus its keyboard case? Thanks

  49. RJasonKlein says:

    Great video, with really informative content! Just an FYI…you misspelled ‘Timestamps’ in the housekeeping section – I wanted to let you know, because with such great production quality, you may want to correct it.

  50. Susan Mah says:

    Thanks for the video! I can now use my iPad Pro instead of taking time to log onto my PC.

  51. Eric Soto says:

    The enhanced multitasking is the biggest game changer for me but I have to admit that I am still very confused every time I go to use it. I definitely have to read up and watch some videos on that feature. 🙂

  52. احمد العنزي says:

    من الجيد ان اجد لغتي العربيه في قناتك🌺😘💕

  53. Basran Basir says:

    With the brygde keyboard, you can work like on an computer but unlike any computers

  54. Joseph Puma says:

    Todo eso te lo hace android y mas económico.

  55. 니들이뭘 알아? says:

    뭐지 구글이 제목을 알아서 한글로 바꿔버린 거? 한국유튭인지 알았는데 아니었어?

  56. Marcus Morales says:

    Ipad os its very cool

  57. Super Man says:

    WOOOOOOWWWWWWW I really really really want that brydge keyboard !!!!!!! It’s so nice but it’s too expensive for me 😞

  58. ku ro says:

    With IpadOS, now I can do my work a lot easier. I won’t need to use a pc anymore cuz I don’t have a laptop to bring around. I can do my school work directly on my ipad when I’m at school (because I spend most of my times over there)!

  59. Howard Skeivys says:

    Excellent review. A man who obviously appreciates Apples innovative hardware and software and the way they make them work seamlessly and smoothly together whilst constantly striving to improve the end user experience.

    I sit at a state of the art windows desktop at work for 45 hours a week. Away from the office I have my 2018 12.9 512gb iPad Pro paired with the Brydge pro keyboard. In harmony with my iPhone 10S max and the Apple eco system and unsurpassed after sales service and customer support my personal computing needs are fully catered for, and them some!

    I once watched a review of the original 2015 iPad Pro. The reviewer described it as the most versatile computing device on the market. That must make the 2018 device with iPad OX extremely difficult to argue with.

  60. Edie Hahn says:

    Wow amazing. I would love to use only iPad for ease of portability.

  61. Robert Levesque says:

    Fantastique, merci pour toutes ces informations sur le nouveau système d'exploitation iPadOS…!

  62. K K says:

    You are awesome. Your channel will grow exponentially very soon. Good luck.🙏🙏

  63. Johnatan Perez says:

    Looking forward to testing new MacOS on iPad Pro. Seemed pretty seamless but could you share what nuances you experienced in the past couple of months? Mainly things we can wait until next update if not stable in your opinion. Thanks!

  64. TechneutNet says:

    Amazing this new multitasking! Also using external storage is absolutely a killer feature (at least with the most recent iPads with usb-c). Both are improving my life fore sure. What file systems are supported on the storage?
    Please also make a video about the new pen note taking features!

  65. Roberto Isca says:

    Great video on the new OS!
    I’m using iPadOS on my iPad Air 2 with a Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover and a Logitech Bluetooth mouse and it works really good for everything

  66. Pavel Mikula says:

    I am testing iPadOS for about two months and there is a lot of things I like. But many things bothers me and force me to use my Macbook, f.e. “mobile” version of an Excel or disability to search files and folders on cloud service different than iCloud in Files.

  67. Ikechukwu Nwanze says:

    Honestly if I get the bridge keyboard, am going to sell it. The keyboard folio is just very functional and when I listen to music as I work, I just get to music from slide over and make any changes or I double tap on my earPods. True, if it had music controls, that would help. I had bought AirPods twice but could not use them as they gave me headaches so I just stick to EarPods. I thought using the Trackpad 2 would be my mouse because it's flat and fits well into my iPad Pro sleeve but it's just not a great experience. Magic Mouse does it well. I like flipping the iPad with Keyboard folio upside down, grab my pencil, and using split view, look at an app such as VNC, connected to my iMac for an app with no iPad support on the one side, and on the other side of the split view, use notability and I take notes. iPad Pro is truly the future of computing and that future is now. It allows me to take the whole office with me on the go. Notability also allows signing any document and sending it back to colleagues on the go. I mean I was really tired of printing documents, plus, it's friendlier to the environment. Feels prehistoric when am handed paper to write on but there are instances where that is needed.

  68. Criied says:

    I am ALREADY wow'd, the keyboard looks amazing

  69. Microbyte VAX11/780 says:

    Thanks this was very interesting and well presented. The floating keyboard works great on my iPads. Who knew?

  70. flipmacyt says:

    Ipados really gives a big impuls to my usage of my ipad regarding video editing, music composing, information gathering etc ! Really thankful i am for this video… i went thru it a few times..!! And such a nice keyboard would enhance everything even more ! Thanks !!!

  71. David Weihs says:

    Well, iPadOS closed the gap between android tablets and iPads. For me the best innovation is using external storages, because that enables me to use my iPad as real work station

  72. Gustavo Arce says:

    Great informative video, I can not wait to get an iPad so I can use some of the videos shown on this video. Maybe I could retire my old Mac Book Pro from 2011. You are doing a great job with this videos keep them coming. Thanks

  73. JoeyIsHome says:

    Wow! Love the tips and love the bridge keyboard!
    I wish someone would explain the 4 things that everyone needs to know when they buy a new iPad. 1) what is apple activate, how do I use it and when would I? 2) how to set up and use “find my… “ if I turn off iCloud and cellular will it still work? 3) I don’t like iCloud, I want to turn it off completely, how do I do that and what are the disadvantages? 4) I found almost no info on setting up cellular, even Apple support just said to choose your plan with a carrier. That doesn’t make sense to me they all want $30-$50 a month. I only need a few 100 megs are so, after all it will mostly be hooked to WiFi. Very rarely will I use cellular so how do I get a simple cheap plan? Like $5 a month.

  74. Arri Gras says:

    Can I use both a wireless mouse with wireless keyboard at the same time?

  75. Fausto Ruiz says:

    Finally! The update I was waiting for! Thanks for the tips, I'm pretty sure these will help us to keep improving our workflow. I'm an illustrator, but now to be able to work on my iPad as I do on my laptop would be a game changer 😎

  76. Xleader99 says:

    That keyboard is slick

  77. Joce says:

    Great video! Super informative. However, the music in the background doesn’t need to be there – it’s distracting

  78. John Buettner says:

    Wow, so many cool features. I can’t wait to master the multiple window stuff and this floating keyboard with the drag and write is amazing!

  79. Emmanuel Castellano says:

    Merci pour les sous titres en français 👍

  80. Boris Mato says:

    Could you please give me link of your keyboard?

  81. Will Dennison says:

    I’ll take a Brydge!

  82. Thomas Meltofte says:

    No right-click function makes use on certain pages impossible, where a dropdown menu is present, meaning you cant really use it as a real computer. I want to work on a webpage where I have to work in a text box and then select options from a dropdown menu…can’t be done…so back to the computer!!


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  84. Daniel Hernandez says:

    iPadOS is awesome! Mouse, Keyboard, and Controller support are great. I take my iPad Air 3 everywhere with me. At work to do some school work. Even at home, I'm on my iPad more and more every day instead of my desktop. With all these changes I will only be using my iPad from now on.

  85. MrTrilight says:

    What a great video. I subscribed. Look forward to drawing for keyboard!

  86. Subrata Mondal says:

    Can I do full time coding?

  87. Ali.K Mossaid says:

    Is it random random 🤣 whatever man you seem passionate and I like that

  88. Nic Lawrenson says:

    giveaway enter!

  89. Official Angelis AntDawg Oblivian says:

    It’s going to be better especially as a 2-in-1. I think it has all the best qualities compared to a 2-in-1 computer and more.

  90. Reyzin Quero says:

    Amazing video bro. Nice tutorial. Thanks.

  91. Jeff Lurie says:

    What is the stand you are using for the iPad?

  92. Casey Kim-Whittle says:

    Keep it up man! Good stuff. Very informative

  93. عبدالله المالكي says:

    من الجيد دعم اللغة العربية في القنوات التي تتحدث باللغة الإنجليزية.
    هذا يجلب مزيد من المتابعين في المستقبل.

    شكراً لك .👍👍

  94. Tankado says:

    Best explanation I’ve seen so far!

  95. jay radcliffe says:

    It’s been a breath of fresh air with the new update it was a struggle the first month of college with no way to access certain sites because the lack there of internet and the inability to save and transfer files to and from the iPad I’m all in on the iPadOS update

  96. Kuba Milanowski says:

    Do bluetooth keyboards for ipads support all of ipados devices or only the ipad pro?

  97. MrTrilight says:

    your video inspires me to get MORE out of my ipad and tells me how to do it. Thanks!

  98. QCCanales says:

    watsaap web is very nice in the new safari. The only missing from ipad os ir the posibility of formating media, multi user sccounts and final cut pro for ipad

  99. Michael Diaz says:

    Aye Chicago 👊🏼

  100. Darrell Lewis says:

    ipad os is going to allow me to use for my personal use and business especially now allowing ssd drives to connect. The upcoming full Photoshop for iPad hopefully be a game changer.

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