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With massive changes to multitasking and collaboration features in iPadOS 16, which make users and developers become more familiar with the new Stage Manager user interface. Because of this, anonymous sources told Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple is poised to push back the llaunch of iPadOS 16, and not simultaneously with the iOS unlike in previous years. According to Gurman, users should expect an iPhone software update in September, nefore an iPad sotware upgrade in October primarily due to Stage Manager.

The new multitasking in iPad Stage Manager allows users to resize windows and have them overlapping.

iPad OS 16 Launch Set Near to iPad Pro M2 Unveiling

Gurman also says that the shift will allow Apple to launch iPadOS 16 closer to when it releases new iPad hardware; he reports that the company is working on an iPad Pro with Apple’s new M2 chip and a base-level iPad that will finally make the switch to USB-C.

The iPad Pro will introduce an updated 12.9-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ with mini-LED display technology, and in 2022, the 12.9-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ will continue to use the technology. Apple calls the mini-LED display of the ‌iPad Pro‌ a “Liquid Retina XDR display” that offers improved dynamic range with true-to-life details, vivid colors, and HDR. The current display in the 12.9-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ uses over 10,000 LEDs across the back of the display, allowing for up to 1,000 nits of full-screen brightness, 1,600 nits of peak brightness, and a 1 million-to-1 contrast ratio.

macOS Ventura will also include Stage Manager, which is also expected to be released in October. Apple has long been attempting to veer awau a long-standing perception that the iPad is merely a big iPhone, positioning its tablet as an all-purpose productivity device. Because of this, unveiling the iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura simultaneously shows how the company is positioning the iPad.

New iPad OS 16 Features

iPadOS 16 is set to introduce the first-ever iPad Weather app, new collaboration features, updates to the Notes, Mail, and Messages apps, a number of “pro” features, such as a new multitasking experience, full external display support, display zoom, and others.

The Weather app offers a new system of forecast modules for more detailed weather info, such as hourly temperature and precipitation in the next 10 days.

The Notes app enhances handwritten notes by allowing straighter and neater words, as users Scribble using the Apple Pencil while enabling Dictation for the first time. Shapes like boxes and arrows can be inserted into the drawing area using a finger or the Apple Pencil, and also place typed text in editable boxes and rotate images in the drawing area. Also, for the first time, screenshots can be placed in Quick Notes.

Native desktop apps bring new capabilities ideal for the iPad’s display, such as Calendar, Contacts, Photos, and Mail, providing more advanced system elements and interactions, coming with a consistent undo and redo experience throughout the system, a retooled find-and-replace experience, customizable toolbars, and others.

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