Since the business requires more time to develop the features it wants to include with the new version, Apple may postpone the release of iPadOS 16 to the general public. Mark Gurman, a well-known Apple analyst for Bloomberg, stated that Apple anticipates delaying the release of iPadOS 16. In addition to the new iPhones and Apple Watches, the company still intends to release iOS 16 and watchOS 9 in September.
Launch Delayed Until October
To give a sense of the situation, Apple releases new software concurrently with its devices in September, so customers who purchase the new gadgets also receive access to the new software.
Apple may postpone the release of iPadOS 16 this year until October. Gurman’s sources claim that Apple is working to update iPadOS 16 with a new multitasking function; as a result, the introduction of the new iPad operating system may be delayed.
However, viewers should be aware that Apple may alter the schedule once again, before or close to the launch, depending on the circumstances. Unaware users will find new features in the iPadOS 16 such as Stage Manager, which enables users to switch between many apps and windows, new productivity app controls, a built-in weather app, and improved support for external displays.
IPad iOS 16: New Features
There are many changes in the fourth beta of iOS 16. For instance, the 15-minute time limit for message deletion in the earlier beta version. It has been set to two minutes with the most recent beta version.
The sender can now make up to five revisions, and every edit will now be displayed to the recipient. Users of the Apple Mail app may now customize the timing for unsending emails thanks to a similar adjustment.
Apple CarPlay’s interface is likely to undergo a significant makeover in iOS 16. The most recent beta variation, however, simply includes fresh wallpapers. The update also includes the Live Activities feature, which allows users to monitor live notifications right from their lock screen. The Now Playing widget on the lock screen has also been updated by Apple and now looks nicer than before.