iPadOS 16 by Apple Introduces Multitasking Experience for M1 iPads

Tech giant Apple announced its next-generation operating systems at WWDC 2022, including iOS 16, macOS Ventura, and iPadOS 16. The new iPadOS 16 has many similarities with iOS 16 and shares features with the platform. However, there are also quite a few features specific to the iPad, the most interesting of which is perhaps the new Stage Manager multitasking experience.

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Apple Aims for Mac-Like iPad with iPadOS 16 Multitasking Changes

According to a new report by Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, tech giant Apple has been planning to make the iPad behave more like a laptop than a smartphone. The Cupertino company intends to implement certain changes in iPadOS 16 to make that a reality, according to the report. Gurman states that this revamped iPad experience is going to be one of the biggest upgrades to be announced at WWDC 2022.

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iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 Released by Apple

Cupertino-based tech giant Apple has updated its iPhones to iOS 15.5 and its iPads to iPadOS 15.5. As suggested by the small increment of .1, this is not a big update. However, it still sports quite a few new features. For instance, the Wallet app now allows Apple Cash users to send and request money from their Apple Cash card. Additionally, the Apple Podcasts app now includes a new setting that limits episodes stored on a user’s device. It also deletes older episodes automatically.

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Apple Patents Mobile Gaming Controllers for iPhone and iPad

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Following massive success in several different markets, tech giant Apple may now be looking to enter the mobile gaming sector. Approximately three years ago, the Cupertino-based company had introduced a dedicated, subscription-based gaming service for iPhones and iPads which it called Apple Arcade. Now, as per a few patent filings that were made public recently, Apple seems to be planning on debut dedicated gaming controllers for its mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads.

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Top 5 Accounting Apps for Bookkeeping on iPad

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Advancing your business without the right bookkeeping software is near impossible. It is imperative for professionals running their businesses to have the right tools for the job. Apple’s iPad may prove to be an excellent asset for users looking to do their work with the convenience of portability, but without the right bookkeeping software, even the best devices will not meet the mark. Different professions have different professional needs and different areas of priority. Here, we have compiled a list of the top 5 best accounting apps available on iPad for bookkeeping for our readers to peruse.

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iPad Air 2022 Causes Apple to Face Complaints over Build Quality

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Recently, tech giant Apple launched the new iPad Air 2022, powered by the M1 chipset. The Cupertino company has equipped the device with top notch hardware. However, based on user reports, it seems the build quality of the iPad Air has room for improvement. Several users who purchased the new iPad Air 2022 have voiced their complaints about the creaking design. Many have stated that the body of the device does not instill confidence.

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Apple May Change the Way Apps Appear on iPad to an “Apple Mixer”

Pictured, two iPad devices. iPad may be getting a new feature called Apple Mixer.

According to claims by a leaker who goes by the name of Majin Bu, Apple is introducing changes to iPadOS. When connected to a keyboard and trackpad, the iPadOS apps might appear in the form of floating windows in the future. This is quite similar to the Quick Note floating windows feature. According to Bu’s claims, Apple might call the feature “Apple Mixer.”

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