Following the success of the iPadOS 15 and 14. The Cupertino manufacturer will hold its annual conference at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in a few months to reveal the advancements for its expected iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and, of course, iPadOS.
The WWDC22 event is set to take place from June 6 to 10, where many novelties will be revealed in detail. Meanwhile, here are a couple of the new features that may be included in the next edition of Apple’s operating system.
The Brand might use this event to unveil some significant new features for its iPads, beginning with a fresh new notification system. Even though the manufacturer has recently introduced several innovations on the issue, most notably the introduction of notification summaries, the apple brand is unhappy. Apple is changing its design, most likely for ergonomics and readability.
Finally, the multitasking interface may be the second key innovation this time. This mode, which lets you run many programs on your tablet simultaneously, is beneficial for professional usage. With a revamped interface for iPadOS 16, the Split View and Slide Over modes, which enable you to show two applications next to one other and pull your windows to the side of the screen, might be even better.
Devices that will support iPadOS 16
Last year, while upgrading from iPadOS 14 to iPadOS 15, Apple opted to keep all devices compatible, despite the lack of specific functionality based on device generation. However, speculations say that not all devices will be consistent with the new iPad 16. The iPad Mini 4, iPad Air 2, and the original iPad Pro devices will be aff3ected by this upgrade.
The following is a list of devices that may be able to run iPadOS 16:
iPad Pro 12.9 (5th Generation); iPad Air (5th generation) ; iPad Pro 11 (2nd Generation); iPad (6th generation); iPad Air (3rd generation); iPad (8th generation); iPad Pro 12.9 (4th Generation); iPad (7th generation); iPad mini (5th generation); iPad Air (4th generation); iPad Pro 11 (3rd Generation); iPad Pro 12.9 (3rd Generation); iPad Pro 11 (1st generation); iPad (9th generation) ; iPad mini (6th generation); iPad Pro 10.5 (2nd Generation); iPad Pro 12.9 (2nd Generation);
Apple has not commented on the devices mentioned on this list. Therefore, you will still need to be patient to find all compatible devices. iPadOS 16 should be available on our Apple tablets in September.