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Apple's WWDC 2022 preview

WWDC 2022

Tim Cook opens this year's developer conference with the keynote, as he does every year. At this keynote Apple will show a preview of all its operating systems and maybe we will also get some hardware news presented, who knows…

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Posted by Antoni Cherif on May 30th, 2022 under Products
Tags: macOS iOS iPadOS Apple WWDC-22 Keynote Rumors Developer

Apple Features: Visual lookup

Visual Lookup

In this blog post, from the series of practical new features from Apple you can use at work and in everyday life, we talk about the new "Visual Lookup" feature. This feature is built into the Photos.app and automatically detects animals, plants, landmarks and more in your photos.

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iPad presentation mode

AirPlay

The iPad is becoming especially in business more and more popular. Many professional and useful apps are available for the iPad. In this blog you will learn how to use the iPad on an external mode to present the content.

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Apple Features: Live Text

Live Text Logo

This blog post, from the series of practical new features from Apple, with which you can benefit at work and in everyday life, is about the new feature "Live Text". With supported iOS/iPadOS devices, text in photos is recognized and can be copied or translated effortlessly.

Photos

Photos is an integral part of all Apple operating systems and free of charge. It can be used to manage pictures and photos, sort them into albums and edit them extensively. The Live Text feature allows even more practical possibilities with photos and images.

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Posted by Antoni Cherif on April 19th, 2022 under Products
Tags: iOS iPadOS photos images recognition text OCR hints

Apple Features: Universal control

Universal Control

In this blog post, from the series of practical new features from Apple with which you have a benefit at work and in everyday life, is about the new feature "Universal Control". If all Apple system requirements are met, you can control all existing macOS and iOS/iPadOS in the environment with one device.

System Preferences

In System Preferences > Displays you will find the new button for Universal Control. This allows you to control multiple Apple devices simultaneously with one keyboard and one mouse.

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The Merlin Project Magic on the Mac and iPad

Gantt chart, Kanban and mind map on Mac and iPad. Test now 30 days for free.

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