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Apple has announced a separate operating system for the iPad

Apple introduced the iPadOS – a separate version of iOS for iPads. It features improved multi-tasking and a redesigned home screen.

Apple introduced the iPadOS – a separate version of iOS for iPads. It features improved multi-tasking and a redesigned home screen.

Users can display “Home” widgets. On iPadOS, you can run two windows with one application – for the first time on iOS. In addition, the system has now received an updated “Files” application, similar to “Explorer” in macOS and supporting flash drives and SD cards.

iPadOS also received support for the desktop version of Safari – the same as on macOS. The browser has a full-featured download manager, and 30 new keyboard shortcuts will be added to work with it. In the App Store for iPadOS, in addition to applications, third-party fonts will be available.

Which devices will get iPadOS support

  • iPad Air 2 and newer;
  • iPad mini 4 and newer;
  • classic iPad 5 and newer;
  • iPad Pro lineup entirely;

The existence of iPadOS was revealed shortly before the presentation of Apple. Developers Steve Moser (Steve Moser) and Steve Troughton-Smith (Steve Troughton-Smith) found mention of the system on the company’s website for developers.

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