Another handy iPadOS 15 feature that you might have missed. iPadOS 15 not only lets you check the EXIF details of a photo, but it also lets you edit their date and time. One can even go ahead and select multiple photos/videos and bulk edit date and time for them.
With iPadOS 15, users can now generate verification codes needed for additional sign-in security. If a site offers two-factor authentication, you can set up verification codes under Passwords in Settings on iPadOS 15 – no need to download an additional app.
Siri gains a much-needed offline mode. The Siri assistant can perform basic tasks such as setting up alarms, opening apps, adding reminders, etc. work without the internet. All the requests are performed on the device, resulting in faster Siri response time. Here’s our guide on how to use Siri offline on your iPhone or iPad.
Your Memories collection in the Photos app is about to get better with a brand new look, animations, transitions, new effects, moods, and Apple Music integration. Memories will change the slideshow look and feel based on the song selection with custom filters and animations.
Yes, with the recent update, now you can add animated stickers of Telegram on both images and videos. We all love Telegram’s high-quality animated stickers and now you can bring life to still images using these popular animated stickers. However, keep in mind, after adding stickers, images will turn into GIFs and might lose some quality. So to use this feature, just select your image/video and tap on the “brush” icon at the bottom. After that, tap on the sticker icon and add animated stickers to your media. That’s it.
If you feel a slow Wi-Fi connection following the iPadOS 15 update, you should disable iCloud Private Relay for a specific Wi-Fi connection. Thankfully, Apple has added an option to turn off Private Relay for a Wi-Fi connection. Simply open the Settings app on the iPhone and navigate to Wi-Fi > Wi-Fi network, and turn off iCloud Private Relay from the following menu.
A long-overdue feature. Apple has finally added the much-needed info button in the Photos app to check the EXIF details of any photo/video. The information includes media size, the original device on which the photo was taken, location, aperture, and more. You no longer need a third-party app or Files app hack to view the photo/video size on your iPad.
This is part of the new iCloud+ subscription that Apple announced at WWDC. On iPad, you can now create random email addresses to use in websites and apps. From the Settings > Profile > iCloud > Hide My Email menu, you can create and manage temporary email addresses to use. You can also set the incoming mails on custom email addresses to get forwarded to your primary email.
The default Reminders app gets a new add-on with Smart Lists. It lets you create a Smart List with different conditions for tasks like Priority, Flag, Location, and more. Once an added task meets those conditions, the OS will add it to the Smart Lists. Getting confused? Let us simplify it for you. You can create a Smart List called Birthday and set a condition with #birthday. From now on, whenever you create a reminder for someone’s birthday, simply add a tag to it, and it will be added to the Smart List. No manual action from your side.
This is yet another feature carried over from the iPhone to the iPad in iPadOS 15. Now, you can extend the battery life of your iPad using the Low Power Mode. When enabled from the Settings > Battery menu, the Low Power Mode temporarily reduces background activity like downloads and mail fetch to extend your iPad’s battery life.