Good things take time. Great things…well, they come to those who wait. When Photoshop for iPad made its debut last year at Adobe MAX, it left many creative folks wanting. It certainly wasn’t anywhere near the desktop equivalent, the “industry standard” photo manipulation tool, mind you. Well, slowly but surely, the much-anticipated iPad version is getting there. Adobe has just released two major features for Photoshop on iPad as part of its June 2020 update.
The much-awaited Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro is now available to order on the Apple online store and will be arriving to customers next week. The cool-looking keyboard cover adds a new level of versatility and capability to the iPad Pro, and is the perfect complement to the new trackpad support introduced in iPadOS 13.4.
Lauded as one of the best if not the best racing simulator on iOS, Feral Interactive’s Grid Autosport Multiplayer has just entered beta testing phase. You can try it out if you own select iPhone and iPad devices running iOS 12.1 or later.
It’s a computer that’s not a computer? At least I think that’s what Apple is saying. While you try and wrap your head around that thought, the new 2020 iPad Pro, is here. With it is some fancy new trickery including a couple of things that make a computer, a computer.
A year after it was previewed, one of the most anticipated apps on the iPad (at least for the creative pros) is finally here. Adobe earlier today at MAX 2019, its annual creativity conference where it released a slew of products and updates, the company officially gave Photoshop for iPad a 1.0 release. Designed from the ground up for touchscreen and mobile devices, the app gives you a clue of what’s to come for creative pros in the near future.
There was plenty to love at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) last week. And as I said it in my previous wrap-up post, I thought it was the best WWDC by far. While the world drooled over the all-new Mac Pro, I was more drawn to Apple’s new OS: iPadOS.