Apple unveiled the next-gen iPadOS 15 last night at WWDC 2021 and, as expected, the company has announced a slew of upcoming changes to iPad models. Although iPadOS 15 officially rolls out later this year, the first developer beta is now available for developers – and we now know which devices are compatible with the update. Apple says some features are subject to change prior to final deployment, and some upgrades may not be available in all regions or languages. In terms of availability, iPad 5th generation, iPad 6th generation, iPad 7th generation, iPad 8th generation, iPad Air 2nd generation, iPad Air 3rd generation, iPad Air 4th generation, iPad mini 4th generation, iPad mini 5th generation, iPad 9.7 inch Pro 1st Generation, 12.9-inch iPad Pro 1st Generation, 9.7-inch iPad Pro 2nd Generation, 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2nd Generation, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 12.9-inch iPad Pro 3rd Generation, iPad Pro 11-inch, 12.9-inch iPad Pro 4th Generation, 11-inch iPad Pro M1, and 12.9-inch iPad Pro M1 will receive the next software release.
In terms of features, iPadOS 15 has once again put emphasis on multitasking with Apple tablets. It starts with new keyboard shortcuts and a new home bar design to make multitasking on iPads easier. Now there’s an even easier way to enable multitasking, and the iPadOS home screen is much more organized thanks to widgets that can be placed in home apps. Apps can be grouped by genre and accessed from app galleries. Other features include a new and improved Safari browser with web extensions on iPad, FaceTime, SharePlay and Quick Note on iPadOS 15, Live Text and a new Spotlight search, and finally, better performance of the Translate app for more language translations. fluids.
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