Apple will release iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura on October 24 • TechCrunch
Apple releases iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura on October 24, the company confirmed Tuesday amid a slew of other announcements. iPadOS 16 Includes Stage Manager, which provides ease in multitasking and switching between applications. The feature was previously only compatible with the M1-powered iPad Air and the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models released last year, but it’s also coming to third- and fourth-generation iPad Pro models.
Stage Manager organizes apps and windows automatically, allowing users to drag and drop windows from the side or open apps from the Dock to create groups of apps. The application window that users are working on is shown in the middle, and other open applications and windows are arranged on the left side in order of freshness.
The feature also works with macOS Ventura to create a kind of sidebar where the rest of your open apps sit. Windows are organized by groups, and messy desktop files disappear into the ether. When the windows are minimized, go to the left sidebar, instead of the toolbar.
macOS Ventura also comes with a feature called Continuity Camera, which allows you to use your iPhone as a webcam when you download Ventura on your macOS and iOS 16 on a compatible device.
Apple also announced today that its new phone M2 iPad Pro It will be launched on October 26th. The iPas Pro will get a specification update revolving around the upgrade of the M1 to the M2 chip. The new chip includes eight CPU cores, with a performance increase of about 15%. The GPU is 10 cores, with a 35% performance boost, according to Apple.
The company also announced a new device New iPad version for beginners Which Apple simply calls “iPad”. It’s an exciting update as Apple swaps out the familiar design with rounded edges and a home button. Instead, the iPad now looks more like the iPad Air and iPad Pro. The device starts at $449, which is more expensive than the previous $329 version.
In addition, Apple today announced the latest version of the Apple TV 4K, which features a lower price and more storage space. The new Apple TV 4K will be available for purchase on November 4 and will come with an updated Siri remote with a USB-C port for charging. Apple also notes that the A15 Bionic chip provides up to 50% more CPU performance. The new Apple TV 4K also has support for HDR10+ and Dolby Vision for better video quality.