Apple expands trackpad support for iPad


Apple recently introduced new MacBooks and iPads. Apple also released an update shortly thereafter, with trackpad support for iPads, updating iWork and iMovie. Thanks to the new update, Apple applications are now more functional. The company is regularly updating its App Store apps.

Apple extends trackpad support with iPad update
Some of us like to use the keyboard that is compatible with it while using iPad. Therefore, it is very important to support the compatibility of the device with the keyboard. Apple also takes this into account and recently launched iPadOS 13.4 with a great new feature.

It also started updating productivity apps like Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and iMovie to support the trackpad integration in the details of the new update, which offers full trackpad support for iPads. Thanks to this, Apple improves the user experience and draws attention with its user-friendly approach.

New iWork updates are now available for both iOS and iPadOS. In addition, iCloud Drive folder sharing is another new feature added in iOS and iPadOS 13.4. However, while getting new themes in Keynote, Pages and Numbers applications get bigger tables.

Apple has also added a new support for offline editing inside the productivity suite. This way, when you start editing a document that is shared with you, even if you are offline, the changes will be saved even when you are online. Having added the feature of working in harmony with each other, Apple seems to care about functionality.

iMovie also receives a few minor updates alongside trackpad support, like new hotkeys for the keyboard, to make editing faster. Apple makes four app updates, making its users happy.


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