At the beginning of this month, Apple announced the upcoming release of iOS 11 at the Worldwide Developer Conference that was held in San Jose, California. The announcement was made on the 5th of June, but the stable version of the OS will come this fall. With iOS 11, Apple aims to turn all its tablets into mini-laptops, so the operating system will mostly cater to iPads. But you can still be productive on your iPad even when it’s running iOS 10. Here’s how.
- Edit photos with Affinity
This is a tip for all of you out there that edit photos for a living, or maybe for pleasure too. Apple just launched Affinity, an app that beats all the lite version of Adobe Photoshop that exist in the App Store.
- Use Annotable for screenshots
Annotable is yet another app that will make life on your iPad easier. With it, you can mark up your screenshots with arrows, circles or whatever else you need in order to highlight the important info in them.
- Set up your Widgets
Although not many people use them and appreciate them at their true value, Widgets can be true life savers and can help you increase your productivity.
- Organize Share Sheets
If you take the extra time of day to organize your Share Sheet on your iPad, you will save more time in the future. And then when iOS 11 comes, that will no longer be an issue.
- Learn keyboard shortcuts
The Apple Smart Keyboard isn’t the best keyboard out there, let’s be honest. But it does have some helpful keyboards that will make your life a whole lot easier. So go online, look for a complete list of them and get to memorizing. You can thank us later.