Like many websites, The Mac Observer uses advertising trackers and cookies. Here are six of them Andrew found using Safari 14.
Calendar app Fantastical updated to version 3.2 which adds support for iOS 14 widgets, iPadOS Scribble, and bug fixes.
Apple’s Books app in iPadOS OS 13 and iPadOS 14 has an interesting interface quirk that can display your book’s text in two narrow columns like a newspaper, and Bryan Chaffin has the quick fix.
Apple has updated Pages, Numbers, and Keynote with new updates, the most notable of which is support for the iPadOS 14 Scribble feature.
Apple released its newest operating systems on Wednesday, including iPadOS 14. Here are some of the new features you’ll see.
Scribble in iPadOS 14 allows you to use an Apple Pencil to handwrite into an editable field and automatically convert that into typed text.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the iPad/iOS 14 release, and the biggest updates and changes to your devices.
Andrew Orr and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Security Friday news and Andrew has an update on the State of the (iOS) Beta.
Apple released iOS 14 public beta 4 today for beta testers after it released a new developer beta on Tuesday.
Andrew has a special iPad move called the Five Finger Death Pinch. It’s an advanced gesture and should only be used by trained professionals.
The iOS 14 beta has been released for developers, but the public beta isn’t out yet. Here’s where to install them on your devices.
Apple lets you use a private MAC address in iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7. Here’s what that means and where to find the setting.
Charlotte Henry and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s future operating systems and the amount of wrong in a theory.
One feature of iOS and iPadOS 13 was built-in support for fonts (Settings > General > Fonts). But as Michael Potuck notes, I’ve seen very few font apps in the App Store. But now there’s a new one called Fontcase, and it’s open source, too.
Installing custom fonts is super easy with Fontcase, once you have what you want in iCloud Drive or Dropbox, you just import the fonts in Fontcase, download and install a configuration profile, and they’ll be available across iOS/iPadOS.
The Today View on iPhone and iPad is an area of your home screen that acts as a dashboard for apps to give you useful information.
Andrew shows you how to change iPad mouse settings, which includes button customization and disabling the way it morphs with the user interface.
Andrew shows you how to turn on the emoji keyboard and start using it in apps. Apple adds new emojis just about every year.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss setting up reminders by location instead of time, and a “Main Menu” idea for iPadOS.