New iPadOS beta will reportedly let you resize app icons on your iPad’s home screen
Apple has recently announced new updates in its iOS 13 beta. This is the fifth update that the company has added to its iOS 13 beta. One good news here is that now the users will be able to tweak the home screen as per their choice on iPhones. This feature is already available for the fifth beta of iPadOS, and it is expected to come in the fifth beta for iOS 13 for the iPhones.
As per a report by MacRumors, the updated version will allow users to resize app icons on your iPad OS. In this new feature, you will be able to choose the app grid from two options — 4X5 and 6×5 and you will get the bigger or smaller icons accordingly. You will also see the “More” and “Bigger” option that will give 30 smaller apps or 20 larger apps accordingly.
(Also read: iOS 13, iPadOS: Here’s a list of all iPhones and iPads that will get the update)
This is the first time that the tech company is introducing such a feature that will allow users to customize their home screen.
The iPadOS devices that are expected to get this feature are
iPadOS compatible devices
12.9-inch iPad Pro
11-inch iPad Pro
10.5-inch iPad Pro
9.7-inch iPad Pro
iPad mini (5th-generation)
iPad mini 4
iPad Air (3rd-generation)
iPad Air 2
The other major takeaways from the WWDC 2019 keynote:
Apple announces a new redesigned Mac Pro at a starting price of $5,999
Apple’s new Pro Display XDR display has a separate pro stand priced at $999
WWDC 2019: Apple introduces iPadOS for iPads with multi-tasking, new home screen and more
WWDC 2019: Apple iOS 13 brings Dark Mode, smarter Siri and performance upgrades
Apple’s new ‘Sign in with Apple’ privacy feature to rival Facebook, Google’s web logins
Apple introduces web login, stresses privacy in a challenge to Google and Facebook
WWDC 2019: Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controller support is coming to Apple TV
Apple WWDC 2019 Highlights: iOS 13, MacOS Catalina, iPadOS, Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR announced
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