After months of beta testing, Apple has finally released iPadOS 15 to the public. This means you can install the update on your iPad to try out all the new features. Here’s how you can install iPadOS 15 on your iPad.
iPadOS 15 finally makes a debut on compatible iPad models. Even though the OS didn’t receive a huge overhaul, there are many welcome changes in the iPadOS 15. Here are the major iPadOS 15 features coming to your iPad.
Unlike last year’s iPadOS 14 update, iPadOS 15 does not bring many new features and enhancements to the iPad and iPad Pro. Nonetheless, check out the best iPadOS 15 tips and tricks to make the most of Apple’s next major iPadOS update.
A fresh entitlement on Apple’s website shows that on iPadOS 15, apps can request permission to use twice as much RAM as was previously allowed. Apple limits the amount of RAM the app can use to prevent core system functions from being impacted. Now, apps could use up to 12GB of RAM on the 2021 iPad Pro, up from the previous limit of 5GB.
With the latest iPadOS 15 beta, Apple has introduced the new Safari tab layout design that it first re-introduced in macOS Monetrey beta 3. The Safari design in iPadOS 15 previously looked similar to iOS 15, but Apple has now added a dedicated tab bar replacing the previous layout.
Until iPadOS becomes a full-grown operating system that is able to replace your laptop, Apple has introduced a new feature for Mac with macOS Monterey that enables you to use your iPad as an extension of your Mac. Called Universal Control, the feature encourages you to (at least) start incorporating the iPad into your workflow. In this article, we explain what Universal Control is and how you can use the keyboard and mouse of your Mac to control your iPad.
Apple announced iPadOS 15 and iOS 15 earlier this week. The new iPadOS is finally starting to bridge the gap between the iPadOS’ limitations and iPad hardware’s potential. One of the key improvements of iPadOS 15 is its new Files app, and Apple has introduced one new feature that makes it more Mac-like.
With iPadOS 15 this year, Apple has revamped some of the key aspects of the OS to deliver a better user experience. With widgets support on the Home Screen, Quick Note, improved multitasking experience, and more, iPadOS 15 will elevate your iPad experience. Here is a look at the top iPadOS 15 features coming to your iPad later this year.
Apple is bringing the Low Power Mode from iOS to iPadOS and macOS with iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey. The feature will allow iPad and Mac owners to extend the battery life of their devices when it is running low on battery power.
iPadOS 15 is a major update, and while the public beta is still a few months away, you might be tempted to install the developer beta on your iPad right away. If that’s the case, check out our guide on how to install iPadOS 15 on your iPad right away.