guys, I am at a total loss.
Apple Accessibility is completely unsure as well. They have even gone so far to tell me this feature does not even exist, however, I know beyond a doubt that it does. I saw it demonstrated at wwdc.
I am currently using an iPad mini fifth generation running iOS 13.1. No, this is not a beta. This is the official 13.1 release. I guess technically, it would be considered as iPadOS. You know what I meant though.
One of the new features in iOS/iPadOS 13 is the ability to add widgets not only to your today screen, but also directly on your home screen. how on gods green earth is this done? All the instructions I see when I Google or not working.
from what I see, you are supposed to be able to go to the today screen, scroll all the way to the bottom, tap on edit, then scroll all the way down and you will find a section that says keep in home screen.
try as I may, both in landscape, as well as portrait view, I do not see this option. I see edit, but after tapping on edit, nothing further.
is this feature only available with the full sized iPad, but not with the fifth generation mini? I would find that hard to believe, but I guess anything is possible. :-)
it is not working on my iPhone XS either.
if someone could give me a step-by-step guide on how to do this, and even more importantly, a confirmation if this is compatible with the fifth generation iPad mini, that would be very much appreciated!
please have a fabulous rest of your day! I look forward to hearing you all's comments/answers.