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Asia Ladowska

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to use Quick Notes with Safari – you can quickly and easily save links in a Quick Note for later use. 2. Translate for iPad The Translate app will come to the iPad thanks to iPadOS 15, and it’ll bring a bunch of useful features to make use of the bigger iPad screen. For instance, you can use Translate to practice your handwriting in another language. And you’ll be able to translate any text when you’re using Translate in Split View. There’s also Auto Translate, which will automatically translate anything it hears to create a more fluent conversation on screen. You’ll also be able to translate text from any email or text from the web. Don’t worry; these features will also be available on the iPhone’s Translate app. 1. Swift Playgrounds This is probably the biggest update coming to the iPad. With iPadOS 15, you’ll be able to learn and practice coding right from your iPad with Swift Playgrounds. You can start writing code and let the app auto-complete what you wanted to write. On the other hand, if you’re just starting out in the world of coding, Swift Playgrounds will have tutorials for beginners. What’s more important is that you’ll be able to compile your code and watch it run right from the iPad. Once you’re done, you can submit your apps to the App Store. That’s right; you can create real iPhone and iPad apps from your iPad and launch them without touching a laptop.

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