Apple doesn’t seem to take lessons from the past...

iOS 13 beta 1 version has resolved many annoying bugs of iOS 12 and onwards. But it didn’t release the document, which describes the bug fixes. Call it another PWA marketing failure or whatever you like— it’s difficult to comprehend why a technological giant of Apple’s stature would take these changes so lightly. Anyway, we have tested the latest version of PWA support from iOS, and it seems fantastic and close to catching up the native app race with Chrome and Edge.

Don’t worry— unlike Apple— we’ll tell you about these changes.


Here’s how web app in iOS 13 is by far the most advanced version of PWA:

A much better user experience.

Bugs are resolved

Split-screen milestone

Web Apps are quickly inspected.

Bug reporting app

Compatibility with Apple Pay

Remote scrutinization

Dark Mode

Better cache storage

I have already published a more detailed post on this topic i.e., PWA-iOS. You can read that blogpost here iOS Getting Into The PWA Space Faster Than Ever.

For the last couple of years, I have been doing regular research and experiments on PWAs and its implementations with other platforms. I will keep updating the outcomes on my twitter handle @piyush_lathiya, so you can follow me there as well.

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