MacOS Big Sur 11.3 adds minor visual and control improvements to iPadOS apps
Developers continue to find small but interesting details in new betas for Apple’s operating systems. Plus everything we’ve already discussed This morning, The macOS Big Sur 11.3 beta reveal Two changes to iPadOS apps that we can run on Macs with the M1 chip.
More volume and extra touch integration
The first is a new preferences panel in those apps called ‘Alternatives to touch’, As they proved On 9to5Mac It will allow us to repeat the gestures and touch of these applications on the Mac. It is not a perfect solution, but it should improve the user experience in those applications whose developers allow you to download and install them on the Mac.
The second change they have And the edgemacOS Big Sur 11.3 It will display iPadOS apps more often (As long as the screen we’re using allows it). The retina resolution of some of these screens causes mobile apps to appear too small, and that should solve the problem.
These little new features will help make running iPadOS apps on our Macs much more enjoyable, however More work is needed. Both are from Apple, to better integrate the experience, and from developers to implement the necessary changes to make their software look better on both platforms. It will be a task that will last for a long time, and will evolve as the hardware evolves.
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