Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering at Apple, gave a chat on TechCrunch where he discussed COSor design process for iPadOS 13.4. At first glance it looks like a single addition, but the chief executive points out that it is the result of a long inspired development of the status of other programs.
Federighi emphasizes that the purpose has been to create a prototype that will not take users away from the idea that iPadOS should have: a fantastic system. Installation of version 13.4 definitely no change of interface required, which eventually builds on a circular cursor that mimics the tips of our fingers.
Being like the experience of using on tvOS is not a risk
This spherical cursor is a little precise, sticking our fingers in, but changing to something more precise at the required times. For example, when we write a text, that cursor becomes a real vertical cursor and gets the precision we need. It adapts according to our needs
The authority also maintains that part of this guide appeared to be inspired by tvOS, especially at those points where they become a pair of the button that we set ourselves to display on top of other devices. It's something Apple has learned to do very well since the business diversification: take one product experience and use it for another.