According to reports, iPadOS 16 will bring a “redesigned” multitasking interface to help users more easily switch between multiple tasks and view previously open applications.
Additionally, the WebKit code indicates that the new iPad OS will allow users to resize windows. Gurman believes that Apple plans to give users new ways to work on multiple apps at the same time, which sounds more like a Mac-like form of multitasking.
Gurman said the improved iPad experience will be one of Apple’s most talked-about upgrades at WWDC.
Apple hoped to use the iPad Pro to achieve some light office tasks or creative tasks for users a long time ago. Therefore, Apple has been working hard to make the iPad Pro as strong as the Mac, especially with the same M1 chip, but in fact, the software experience of the iPad has been lagging behind the Mac ecosystem, which makes the tablet computer unable to use as much as a laptop or desktop computer.
If nothing else, the new iPadOS 16 will be unveiled on June 6, when Apple will bring developers a developer preview, and then work with developers to continue to improve iPadOS 16 in the next few months. software and features, then release with iOS 16 in the fall.