Apple on Monday released iOS 9.3, the latest iteration of its mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Along with the new Night Shift feature, password protected notes, and other new features, iOS 9.3 now also lets you sync PDFs, ePub, and other file types using iCloud instead of just books bought through Apple.
How to enable PDF sync via iCloud
Instead of making you hunt for the new feature, iOS 9.3 will prompt you to set up iCloud sync the first time you run the new OS on your device.
You should see a popup message that reads: “iCloud for iBooks” with an option to Use iCloud.
If you don’t see this message, you may need to enable iCloud Drive. Here’s how to do that: go to Settings > iCloud > sign in with your Apple ID (if you need to) > tap iCloud Drive > tap Upgrade to iCloud Drive.
How to view PDFs added to iBooks on iOS
PDFs you add to iBooks from any of your Apple devices will sync across your devices. To…