Guilherme Rambo, writing at 9to5Mac, has a veritable mountain of leaks regarding iOS 13 and MacOS 10.15. A few that caught my eye:

Another thing many iOS users complain about is the lack of a standard undo system, which on the iPhone and iPad currently requires physically shaking the device.

With iOS 13, Apple is introducing a new standard undo gesture for text input on the iPad. The gesture starts as a three-finger tap on the keyboard area, sliding left and right allows the user to undo and redo actions interactively.

This is interesting, and I’ve been on Apple’s case about Undo on iOS for a long time. But for text input, there’s already a standard interface on iPad — the little Undo and Redo buttons at the top left of the keyboard. A three-finger gesture doesn’t seem like an improvement.

Font management is getting a major upgrade on iOS 13. It will not be necessary to install a profile to get new fonts into the system anymore. Instead there will be a new font management panel in Settings. A new standard font picker component will be available for developers and the system will notify the user when they open a document that has missing fonts.

A true “finally” for this one. I know none of this is “easy”, and that fonts in particular are tricky security-wise, because they’re software. But man, it’s a little crazy that iPad has been around for nine years and Apple is only getting to “easy font installation” now. I’m tempted to make a Font/DA Mover joke.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019