Microsoft Edge Adds iPad Support in Latest Beta

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Microsoft has released another beta version of its Edge browser for iOS, and in the update comes support for the iPad. Before, users were limited to using the browser on their standard 16:9 iPhone or 19.5:9 iPhone X, but with the latest beta release, the company adds support for the larger-screened tablets Apple’s been producing for nearly ten years at this point.

Notably, there are some features missing. For instance, you can’t do split-screen with Edge on the iPad just yet, while tab syncing with Windows 10 is also missing. Luckily, you will be able to enjoy a dark mode that’s available in the app’s settings, so there’s that.

The new beta also comes with an improved sign-in experience and further performance enhancements. As long as you’re enrolled in the Microsoft Edge browser through Apple’s TestFlight app, you can grab version 41.12 (12.0.0) now.


One Reply to “Microsoft Edge Adds iPad Support in Latest Beta”

  1. […] mobile that includes support for Apple’s iPads and Android tablets. The update was initially previewed with beta users of the app on the iPad and is now beginning to roll out to all […]

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