It may have leaked slightly early, but it’s now official: iPad finally has its own dedicated operating system. iPadOS was announced during Apple’s WWDC event, with Tim Cook and the gang showing off a host of new features coming to iPads everywhere. Here’s everything you need to know about iPadOS:
- iPadOS comes with an updated home screen – showing more apps on each page with widgets, including news headlines, weather, photos and calendar events.
- Multitasking gestures have been tweaked to add more windows and commands.
- iPad users can now work with multiple files and documents from the same app simultaneously.
- Improved text editing is coming to iPadOS. With new gestures making it easier to select text with a swipe, cut, copy, paste, and undo, and more.
- Other small additions include dark mode, custom fonts, floating keyboard, an improved Maps app.
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