Apple just had it’s annual get-together for developers and it revealed a lot of new features coming to iOS, macOS and even hardware too – a new retro styled Mac Pro.
CNet has a good summary of what’s new in iOS 13 and there are quite a few interesting changes. It supports phones as far back as the iPhone 6S and SE, but if you have anything older you will need a new phone to get the latest features.
The iPad is so different to the iPhone that Apple has decided to fork iOS and create two versions, iOS for the iPhone and iPadOS for the iPad. iPadOS is becoming more like a desktop operating system and there is better support for working on multiple apps, desktop Safari browsing and so on.
Apple is clearing aiming to replace laptops with its desktop-like features on the iPad, but will it mean fewer people buy MacBooks?