iPad: iOS 11 New Videos Show New Features!

Source: apple.com

We have been waiting for some time on the release of the new iOS, and it seems that it won’t be long before the public release of iOS 11. And just as if we weren’t hyped enough about it Apple decided to release a few ‘how to’ videos recently. These videos are tutorials for new iPad features that will come integrated into the newest operating system. Let’s see what’s in store for us now.

Earlier this month Apple released a series of videos that have featured our beloved Dwayne The Rock Johnson and of course Siri along with the iPhone 7. The focus of those short videos was on iPhone device however now the company decided to move the spotlight to the all new capabilities of iPad and iPad Pro that would become a reality once the new operating system becomes available for upgrade.

The main goal that the company has (and will try to achieve) with this new update is to make iPad and iPad Pro more capable than they were before. Jeff Benjamin of ‘9to5 Mac’ recently had the opportunity to test out the 10.5-inch iPad Pro that runs on iOS 11.

‘Just know that the future is very bright for iPad owners, even if you own one of the older models that will support iOS 11′ he said. ‘The software update fundamentally changes what it means to do work on an iPad for the better,’ he concluded.

Now that we have introduced what the new iOS is all about let’s take a look at these six videos. They come as a set of tutorials for the iOS 11. You’ll be able to see all the abilities of the new Dock and how to truly handle it. Managing files has never been easier and better according to guys from Apple. All you have to do to master it is take a look at the second tutorial. Multitasking seems to be the name of the game in the late 21st century, and the third video is dedicated exactly to that. Then you’ll see how to markup with Apple Pencil across different apps, you’ll see how you can sign documents and scan things, and of course, you’ll be able to send them. Last but not least you’ll learn how to use the new multi-touch gestures which can come in quite handy.

We will attach these videos here for you to watch now and they take a minute each, so it won’t be long and boring. They are quite straightforward with simple narration and cool background music. We’ll now leave you to it, enjoy!