Apple is rolling out a slew of tutorial videos for the iPad and iPad Pro, highlighting the features of the tablets.
At first glance, they appear to be simple how-to clips to let users make the most out of their devices. Taking a closer look at them, they seem to be part of the Cupertino brand's way to promote the sixth-generation iPad with Apple Pencil support.
Split View: Multitasking
First up is Split View. As the name suggests, it allows users to run two apps at once. The best part is, users can drag and drop content, such as pictures, from one app to another.
Apple Pencil: Drawing On Screenshots
Up next is a tutorial for the Apple Pencil. Users can draw on a screenshot by tapping on the taken image in the lower-left corner. They can even crop it first before they start doodling or leaving notes, and even share the finished work at a tap of a button — a few more taps, actually.
At the time of this writing, only the two videos above are shared with the public. There are a whole lot more iPad tutorials, though. One way to access the mother lode is through Apple's official how-to page. Another way is through the company's iPad How-Tos YouTube playlist.
That said, the other clips put the spotlight on the keyboard, the new Files app, email management, and sketching in the Notes app using the Apple Pencil, to name a few.
Other videos worth noting include the tutorials for the dock, retouching photos, and users' hands.
For starters, users can take advantage of the iPad's dock to take productivity to the next level.
Meanwhile, the photo-editing guide focuses on how to erase unwanted objects from pictures, such as a stranger in the background.
Last but not least, Apple is showing users how to use their hands effectively for the iPad. The clip centers on sending multiple images by tapping and holding on one and tapping on others to automatically send them in one go. It also mentions a five-finger pinch to return to the home screen.
With all said and done, don't forget to hit up the iPad How-Tos playlist or the official iPad how-to page to check out all the guides. For the record, there are 15 videos in total.