Apple launched their latest iPad in April, and officially unveiled the operating system that runs the device today. The latest iPadOS is designed as software with a clear focus which bolsters the gadgets to respond like a typical machine, Techbooky report. This iPadOS 15 is dedicated to users who multitask with an iPad — its split-screen mode flagships its features, according to Apple’s announcement at WWDC 2021.
Conforming to previous leaked updates that suggested the latest iPadOS will feature a customized home screen that promotes flexibility while using this software. This software support flexible placement of widgets anywhere in the vast screen space — it also featured in the previous iOS 14 that launched in 2020.
Still, the previous iPadOS did not include flexible placement of widgets on its screen — widgets can only be added in its “Today View” sidebar. While critics suggested iPad developers be more creative with its default screen size.
With similarities related to the iPhone, iPadOS introduces its App Library — a tool that helps arrange apps accordingly to their respective folders. You can access your App Library in your iPad dock.
Another improved tweak in the iPadOS includes the noticeable difference in multitasking while surfing with an iPad. Apple tweaked the tablet with new icons that initiate ‘split view mode’ in a click. The iPad maker also included ‘shelf’ — this tool enables switching across different taskbar.
The iPadOS reportedly has many new tweaks that make the product twice as interesting. Meanwhile, QuickNote is another feature that allows users to easily attach notes while surfing the internet. The software is designed to retrieve these notes conveniently.
Not forgetting the translator that comes with the new iPadOS — this tool translates captions, webpage, texts, voices, etc while it’s active. Nonetheless, the iPad maker built this device with its custom-made chips — the M1-powered iPad that bolsters users’ command, as a 5G enabled tablet. Its File app now responds swiftly as well.