So do you think it's worth downloading now on my xs? Primarly use overcast; Twitter, spotifyc, Instagram and chrome?
I’m having this exact problem right now. I’m running IOS 13 latest public beta and I have noticed that my Apple Watch series 4 battery is draining super quick. I’m charging it daily now. It’s goes from 100% to 40% in about 12-14 hours so half a day
Awesome...I haven’t noticed the start up delays, but my battery life is exactly as Abudiix described.
I've had it drain all the way in just six hours
I don’t know what the new selection gestures are but editing text in web views like resetera is a pain. Long press to select seems a lottery, delete doesn’t speed up..
Now that you mention it, my S4 used to be 2-day use, now it's 1,25 maybe.
This was my biggest issue in iOS12 and I’m annoyed that they haven’t resolved it in iPadOS. The shortcut bar gets in the way, breaks the UI in a bunch of apps in split view/slide over and is useless 99% of the time, until that 1% of the time where features are locked to it.Hit me with the truth: Even in the final build the quick suggestion bar will be present with a hardware keyboard attached, right? It’s so bizarre, especially because now with the iPhone X style navigation in slide over, it absolutely wrecks any productivity in that regard since it covers the navigation bar lol. Add to this that now we have dedicated cut-copy-paste gestures and its a weird waste of space.
(Iirc you can disable it as a whole but a) its useful for when using the software keyboard and b) it needs to be activated to use Passwort fill)
Yeah, it was annoying in iOS 12 but now it legitimately ruins the major improvements to slide-over. I submitted a radar a while ago, unfortunately no response :(This was my biggest issue in iOS12 and I’m annoyed that they haven’t resolved it in iPadOS. The shortcut bar gets in the way, breaks the UI in a bunch of apps in split view/slide over and is useless 99% of the time, until that 1% of the time where features are locked to it.
‘yeah lots of weird keyboard stuff. Like that apostrophe I get on lots of replies here, and random capitalisation. How does the select stuff work now? Old tap to select seems hit and miss now as well, along with fast delete when you hild down backspace
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If I have my Watch perpetually in silent mode does it vibrate in a way distinct from a notification?
Uhh i dont think it was distinct, i forget, i did try it for a bit, i just had my watch in silent mode forever Bc thats how my wife does it but i always think its vibrating when its not, so, i like the ding. I think you can adjust notIf you volume too,
Kinda buggy. Airplay doesn’t work properly for me (it’s fine on my iPhone) and the unreliable long press in Safari is driving me crazy.
is there a good concept or general of idea of what this would look like, or at least and example of another OS doing it right, I’m curious. Had it on my s7 maybe?never used it
It's a game changer for me. Watching a video/YouTube on the top third of the screen and being able to cycle freely between web browsing/Discord/mail etc is a god send.
You’re supposed to just drag the cursor where you want it to go now. It works very well in the latest beta.
no magnifying glass means the cursor isn’t reallyvisible - it used to ‘pop up’ above your finger to help you position. Too much of a guess with small text now. At least you can still use two fingers on the keyboard as a trackpad - imo selection cursor needs to still be offset from your fingerYou’re supposed to just drag the cursor where you want it to go now. It works very well in the latest beta.
edit: I misunderstood. I thought you were wondering where that magnifying glass thing went when you try to move the cursor.
Fine select is still there. Could be a bug?