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Apple M1 iPads Now Support Super Ultra Wide Monitors in iPadOS 16 Beta 2

Image via u/Wphilipsen Apple released iPadOS 16 beta 2 yesterday alongside other equivalent betas of iOS 16 and more. For those with an M1 iPad Air or iPad Pro, you get exclusive access to the feature known as Stage Manager, which lets you view multiple apps on your iPad and external display, including drag and...

Apple Confirms iPad No Longer Supported as Home Hub in iOS 16

Apple today confirmed that iPad users will no longer be able to use the tablets as HomeKit-enabled home hubs once they upgrade to iPadOS 16 later this fall — reports MacRumors. The company announced iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, and more at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) earlier this month. While iPadOS 16 brings a...

Apple: Why Stage Manager is Only for M1 iPads

Apple's new Stage Manager feature won't be available on iPads without M1 processors--because the mobile-class A-series chips just aren't up to the task. That's according to the latest statement from the iPhone maker on Friday. Stage Manager is a new macOS Ventura feature that Apple announced during its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) earlier this week....

Hands-On Walkthrough: What’s New in iPadOS 16 [VIDEO]

If you want to check out a full walkthrough of iPadOS 16 announced at WWDC22 on Monday, check out the following video shared by zollotech. We get a closer look at the official Weather app for iPad, which has taken 12 years to make it to the tablet. Maybe one day a native calculator app...

iPadOS 16 Compatible Devices List: iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4 Dropped

After unveiling iPadOS 16 today at WWDC22, Apple has shared the list of compatible devices that will run the tablet operating system. Check out the iPadOS 16 compatible devices list below: iPad Pro (all models) iPad Air (3rd generation and later) iPad (5th generation and later) iPad mini (5th generation and later) As you can...

iPadOS 16: Here are the New Features for iPad

Apple has just previewed iPadOS 16 during its WWDC keynote event, which brings an enhanced multitasking experience to the iPad with Stage Manager, a new way to multitask with multiple overlapping windows, and full external display support. “iPad is our most versatile device, and we’re excited to take what it can do even further with...