Believe it or not, the iPadOS 14 beta has been out for nearly seven weeks already. After using the beta every day since WWDC, Federico and Ryan talk about the features that have made a noteworthy impact on their iPad use.
Concluding their series on using the iPad as a primary computer, Federico and Ryan talk about why they love being iPad-first and also share reasons why it isn’t for everyone.
Following up their discussion of iPad apps for task management, note-taking, and calendars, Federico and Ryan go all-out with an app extravaganza, covering over 40 apps in nine key categories like email, video conferencing, development, and more.
It’s WWDC week, and Federico and Ryan both have iPadOS 14 running on their iPad Pros so they can offer a deep dive into everything new.
When the iPad is your primary computer, choosing the right apps is more important than ever. Federico and Ryan tackle three key app categories in this episode: task management, calendars, and note-taking.
When making the iPad your primary computer, it may be difficult adjusting to the differences between macOS and iPadOS, so today Federico and Ryan share some key OS concepts to be mindful of.
This episode kicks off a new series where Federico and Ryan go in-depth on the process of adopting the iPad as your primary computer. First order of business: which iPad model and accessories should you buy?
Ryan used an 11-inch iPad Pro most of the week, Federico used it half a day, and both share their thoughts on the device relative to their normal 12.9-inch setups. Also, the Magic Keyboard is here, and someone almost returned it.
Federico and Ryan discuss using the iPad Pro as a modular computer, and the pros and cons of the 12.9-inch and 11-inch models in different setups. Afterwards, a Keynote presentation about, to the surprise of no one, the iPad.
It's been a big two weeks for iPad news. Federico and Ryan discuss the new iPad Pro and Magic Keyboard, then go deep on mouse and trackpad support and full keyboard access in iPadOS 13.4.