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      WWDC 2022 : iPadOS 16 With Better Multitasking Experience Unveiled

      Apple unveile iPadOS 16 as its new software release for the iPad at the WWDC 2022 keynote.

      The new iPadOS release comes with a redesign multitasking interface that is aim to help enhance productivity.

      iPadOS 16 brings the ability to overlay app windows just like how you can on a Mac or Windows machine.

      iPadOS 16 includes updates including Live Text and the update Messages for iPad users.

      This new release also includes support for games develop using Metal 3 engine.

      Availability of iPadOS 16

      Apple has initially release iPadOS 16 for developers who are a part of the Apple Developer Program.

      This new iPadOS release will also be available to users through a public beta next month.

      iPadOS 16 will be available as a free software update for the iPad (5th generation and later), iPad mini (5th generation and later), iPad Air (3rd generation and later), and all iPad Pro models this timeline.

      Features of iPadOS 16

      Apple has introduce its new multitasking interface on iPadOS 16, call as Stage Manager, that is also available to Mac machines through macOS 13 Ventura. 

      iPadOS 16 allows users to access multiple apps on the iPad simultaneously by overlaying them one over another.

      The experience even grows further when you connect your iPad to an external display. 

      This is an upgrade over the existing interface where users are allowed to access apps in a full-screen view like the one on an iPhone or access two apps side-by-side that Apple calls Split View.

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      There is an option to slide over an app from the side, which is called Slide Over.

      The iPadOS 16 update will also enable users to resize app windows like on a Mac or a Windows laptop. 

      This feature is exclusive to the iPad models that are power by the M1 chip.

      Which means that you won’t get the new experience if you don’t own the latest iPad Air or iPad Pro.

      Users on the iPad with the M1 chip also gets Collaboration to let users collaborate on different tasks.

      Users can access the feature through the Notes, Safari, Keynote, and other preload apps on the iPad.

      The Collaboration feature is also coming to iOS and macOS later this year, Apple said.

      Apple has also brought an app call as FreeForm to enhance the collaboration experience.

      It lets users share files, jot notes, or create diagrams with others.

      Developers will also get a new API to integration Collaboration into their apps.

      iPadOS 16 comes with Live Text and Visual Look Up.

      The new release also includes the Home app with an all-new design and support for Matter.

      The iPadOS update brings the new Messages app that is available through the new iOS release to let users edit or recall a text message.

      iPadOS 16 brings an enhance gaming experience that supports Metal 3.

      The Apple has also brought a Background download API that allows users to multitask while the game download completes.

      Gamer Center has also receive Activity to the dashboard to let users look at the performance of their friends.

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      The activity of users will also appear on the Game Center profile of users.

      Multiplayer games play via Game Center can access SharePlay to start a session with your friends.

      Apple said that all the updates to Game Center will be available to users as an update on iPadOS 16 later this year.

      This features will also be available to iOS and macOS users in the future.

      The iPadOS 16 update also carries Live Text updates that are coming to the iPhone through iOS 16.

      There is the updated Family Sharing feature to help users add new age-restrict features.

      The new iPadOS release also includes the update Home app with an improve interface and lock screen widgets.

      Apple introduced Quick Note, which was previously available to the Mac, to let you quickly write notes.

      The new iPadOS release also comes with the new Safari browser that is also available on macOS Ventura and brings features such as Shared Tab Groups and Passkeys.

      Apple has brought the Weather app to the iPad through iPadOS 16.

      As it brings full-screen animations as well as tappable modules with access to detail information.

      Developers are also getting WeatherKit to let them integrate weather updates into their apps.

      Apple announce ‘Desktop-level’ apps coming to the iPad through iPadOS 16.

      These will be able to use system elements such as undo/ redo across the system, availability view in calendar, and find and merge cards in Contacts.

      The Apple has also update the Files app on the new iPadOS release with the ability to change file extensions, view folder size, and expand folders in the list view. 

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      There are also system-wide features that are aim to deliver improvements across apps, including the redesigned find-and-replace experience, document menu in Files, Pages, and Keynote, and customisable toolbar to let users add tools of their choice.

      Apple has also add a feature call Reference Mode to enhance colour viewing on the Retina XDR Display featuring iPad Pro.

      For Pro users on the iPad with the M1 chip, iPadOS 16 brings the ability to let users increase the pixel density of the display and view more in their apps.

      iPadOS 16 is especially useful when running two apps in the Split View.

      Apple has also brought Virtual Memory Swap to let users virtually expand the available memory for their apps by up to 16GB by using the onboard storage on their iPad.

      The list of new features coming through iPadOS 16 as well as the expansion of Apple’s pro apps to the iPad is likely to help the company grow its revenues coming from tablets over time.

      The updates would also make the iPad a better pick for professionals over Android tablets.

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