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Asia Ladowska

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Apple Reveals iPadOS 15 with These 6 New Features and Changes BY SERGIO VELASQUEZ Apple officially announced iPadOS 15 during its WWDC 2021 keynote. This new software update brings many new things that will improve the user interface, new enhancements to old apps, and new features that’ll take the iPad one step closer to a full laptop replacement. Continue reading to browse 6 new features and changes in iPadOS 15. 6. Widgets Are (Finally) Coming to the iPad’s Home Screen It’s been a long time coming, but Apple will finally enable widgets on the iPad’s Home screen in iPadOS 15. Now, instead of just adding widgets to the Today View page, you’ll be able to add widgets anywhere on your screen. It’ll be just as simple as with the iPhone; you’ll need to open the Widget Gallery and drop widgets wherever you want. Additionally, Apple added a new larger widget option that’ll take up more space on the screen – you’ll be able to see more from your apps in widgets, like the Photos app, Apple TV app, and the Files app. 5. App Library Is Also Coming to iPad Likewise, Apple added another new feature from iOS 14: App Library. In iPadOS 15, you’ll be able to access the App Library to see all your apps in different folders and categories. And, unlike the iPhone, you’ll be able to access the App Library from the Dock quickly. Instead of swiping to the end of your Home screen, you can tap the App Library that’s fixed on the Dock to access your apps quickly. This means that you’ll be able to get rid of some apps on the Home screen and even hide complete pages and only see your favorite widgets and apps. 4. A New Level Of Multitasking Apple’s also improving multitasking on the iPad. Now, it’ll be easier to access all the multitasking features that make

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