Apple delaying iPadOS 16 until October, iOS 16 expected on time
Apple is reportedly postponing the release of iPadOS 16 until October, according to a new report from Bloomberg, which suggests Apple requires more time to fix bugs with the Stage Manager multitasking feature.
Despite Apple not officially sharing a planned release date for iPadOS 16, the new update for iPad was widely expected to release in September, alongside iOS 16 which reportedly is on schedule and unaffected by the delay.
iPadOS 16 includes many of the core features of this year’s flagship iPhone release, iOS 16, with the exception of Lock Screen updates. The update includes shared tabs and bookmarks in Safari, Stage Manager – a new way to multitask on iPad with resizable windows and multiple overlapping windows in a single view, a new Weather app built specifically for iPad, a redesigned Game Center dashboard, and more.
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