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iPadOS 16 top 10 Features We Want to See



Today i am share iPadOS 16 top 10 Features We Want to See With the iPadOS 15 upgrade last year, everyone expected a substantial makeover and feature bump for iPads. The upgrades were minor at best, and now that the most popular iPad Air has an M1 processor, we expect Apple to make significant modifications at this year’s WWDC. Here’s our wishlist for iPadOS 16 features.

iPadOS 16 top 10 Features We Want to See

iPadOS 16 top 10 Features We Want to See

iPadOS 16 top 10 Features We Want to See

1: Better Universal Control

In certain aspects, the current Universal Control support is restricting. When transferring photographs and videos from a Mac to the iPad, for example, you must keep the Photos app open. The iPadOS should be intelligent enough to recognize incoming files and add them to appropriate apps.

Better Universal Control

Better Universal Control

2: Better Files App

While the default Files app works very well on the iPhone, it may be improved for better file management on the iPad. Developers for iPadOS might take inspiration from the Mac’s Finder and add features like tabs, favorites, drag-and-drop support, and more.

3: Dedicated iCloud App

Apple’s iCloud cloud service is built right into the Files app. It should make an iCloud app similar to OneDrive, Dropbox, or Google Drive. Users should be able to examine all media, files, storage details, and more straight from the native app.

4: Better External Monitor Support

The iPad’s current support for external monitors is rather basic. The iPad screen is simply mirrored on the connected display. Even worse, iPadOS isn’t clever enough to scale up to accommodate the attached monitor’s screen real estate. In most circumstances, you’ll notice large black bars on both sides.

When connected to an external monitor, the iPad should ideally go to desktop mode. It also requires improved external mouse support. We expect iPadOS 16 to include the ability to automatically detect and scale the aspect ratio of each monitor.

5: Pro Apps for Like Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro

Without any pro software like Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro, or Xcode, Apple cheerfully slaps the ‘Pro’ moniker on iPads. Although Apple provides iMovie for modest video editing on the move, it falls far short of Final Cut Pro’s capabilities on the Mac. For the time being, iPad users will have to rely on Adobe Premiere Pro (which requires a monthly membership) to get access to advanced video editing tools.

In terms of Logic Pro, the firm has mostly disregarded the growth of GarageBand in recent years. Logic Pro provides greater tools for musicians to create spectacular content, such as multi-track support, effects, and a large library of digital instruments.

Xcode is another professional app that isn’t available on the iPad. While Apple is strongly promoting Swift Playgrounds (an instructional coding software) on the iPad, Xcode will be a developer’s dream come true. Apple no longer has an excuse to create and deploy pro apps to iPadOS now that the M-series CPU is powering the iPad Pro and iPad Air lineups.


6: Interactive Widgets

Widgets on iPadOS, like widgets on iPhone, are solely useful for glancing at information. They are immobile, and you can’t do anything with them. Users can’t even finish activities from the Reminders widget or open a specific email in the inbox, for example. The widget merely launches a portion of the program.

Interactive Widgets

Interactive Widgets

On Android, activities can be taken directly from the widget without having to open the app. Because iPadOS allows developers to offer extra-large widgets for the home screen, interactive widgets make more sense on the iPad.

On the iPhone and iPad, Apple has mastered the appearance and feel of widgets, and it’s about time that more functionality be introduced.

7: More Customization in Corner Gestures

The left and right corner motions in iPadOS are set to capture a screenshot and a brief note by default, but that’s about it. You can move the gesture triggers around, but you can’t use any other functions in their place. On the Mac, Apple allows for more flexibility in hot corners, and we expect iPadOS 16 to follow suit.

It would be fantastic to be able to open specific apps from the corner gesture, such as Netflix or the default Camera app. It would also be fantastic if third-party note-taking programs like OneNote or Bear were supported. After all, not everyone uses Apple Notes to jot down quick notes.

8: Native Apple Apps

Apple does not include a calculator or weather software on the iPad for reasons best known to Apple. To utilize a calculator or check the weather, users must rely on third-party apps from the App Store.

Apple appears to oppose the usage of iPads as calculators in restaurants and other commercial places. However, with the iPadOS 16 upgrade, it’s past time for the business to make these apps available on the iPad. The absence of the Health app is especially odd, given Apple’s aggressive push into the healthcare business with iPads.

Another significant app absent from the iPad is Apple Wallet. Smaller devices, such as the iPad Mini, could be used to make payments at terminals. Checking your added cards on a large screen is also a better experience than checking them on an iPhone.


9: Snap Window Layout

In Split View, iPadOS only allows two app windows to be displayed side by side. While Slide Over allows you to open a third app, it isn’t the best multitasking solution. Apple should take a page from Windows 11 and allow users to launch three or even four programs simultaneously. Many third-party Mac programs, such as Magnet and Rectangle, allow users to run multiple apps simultaneously.

10: Better Multitasking

The iPad’s current multitasking system merely replicates the iPhone App Switcher menu. Apple can do a better job here because the iPad has a larger display. It might be possible to keep the large app cards at the top and the icons for switching between apps at the bottom. With iPadOS 16, according to industry experts, we could be in for a major makeover in the multitasking sector.

Better Multitasking

Better Multitasking

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