Apple releases videos showing how to get things done with the iPad, iPad Pro and iOS 11

Apple releases videos showing how to get things done with the iPad, iPad Pro and iOS 11
Apple released several videos today showing the Apple iPad, iPad Pro, and iOS 11. The first video shows how you can take advantage of the new capabilities of the dock. You can customize the dock by dragging more apps to it. It also will show the last app that you used on your tablet, on your iPhone and even on your Mac. Long pressing on an app will reveal the latest files you have worked on.

Another video shows you "How to effortlessly scan, sign, and send a document with iOS 11." This is done using the iPad Pro and iOS 11. That combination also teams up with an Apple Pencil in another video that shows you how to use the accessory to "mark stuff up." Sign documents, draw on photographs, and share the results via email or social media. Not only is that fun, but signing documents directly on your iPad Pro screen and emailing them can be a big time saver!

There is even a video that shows you how to handle multitasking using the Apple iPad and iOS 11, so that you can get more done. With the latest iOS build, Apple's tablets can save you plenty of time. The last two videos are also for the iPad. One shows you gestures that you can use on the iPad with iOS 11; the other shows you how to fly through your files using the next build of Apple's mobile OS.

We should see iOS 11 released some time next month, most likely around the same time that the new 2017 iPhone models are introduced. To check out the clips, click on the video slideshow below.


source: Apple (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6)

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