Apple will release iPadOS 14 anytime soon during the WWDC 2020 event, on Monday at 10 a.m. At WWDC, you are likely to hear about iOS 14, watchOS 7, macOS 10.16, and iPadOS 14.
iPadOS is Apple’s software designed for iPads, and is likely to be similar but slightly different than iOS 14. With a greater focus on the unique benefits of tablets and a penchant for productivity features.
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There are numerous iOS 14 leaks and rumors around the internet to get a glimpse of the iPadOS 14’s features and changes. Here is the list of iPadOS 14 leaks.
iPadOS 14: Release Date
iPadOS 14 will likely release at the same time as iOS 14. Which is expected to release alongside the upcoming iPhone 12.
Previous iPadOS 13 has been available since September 24 last year. So if there are no delays, chances are around September 24 this year you can get iPadOS 14.
Apple typically releases new iPhones as a watch in September, but numerous reports have suggested that the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic may cause a delay. Which could mean a delay in the release of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.
You will hear about new features on June 22 at WWDC 2020. Apple will hold WWDC 2020 online-only event this year. But we will hear about the next iPad update at the main conference at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 6 PM BST.
Leaks and Rumors
So far, most leaks and rumors are referring to iOS 14 instead of iPadOS 14. But in many cases, the features and updates will be the same. However, there are some iPadOS specific leaks. You’ll find both below, divided into categories.
According to MacRumors, iPadOS 14 could include full support for Apple Pencil on websites. This means you will be able to use all of its capabilities – touch, scroll, draw, and mark – from a web browser.
Widgets could become much more prominent with iPadOS 14, as the initial iOS 14 code suggests that you could place them on the home screen, rather than just a side panel. This leak refers to the iPhone, it is a feature that could be even more useful on the big screen of an iPad, and brings it a little closer to Android.
Wallpapers can also become more customizable, with options for dynamic, flat, or gradient found in the code.
You can also use applications without installing them. A new feature called Clips has been detected in the iOS 14 code, and this would allow you, for example, to watch a YouTube video without downloading YouTube.
Yelp, DoorDash, OpenTable, and PS4 Second Screen were also mentioned in the code. And it’s believed that you’ll be able to use this feature by tapping a link for an app you don’t have or scanning a relevant QR code. Of course, to get full functionality you will still need to install the app.
Evidence has been found that a translator is being incorporated into the next version of Safari, so web pages can be translated automatically.
According to MacRumors, the Messages app could get a boost. With new features like the option to retract messages, mark messages as unread even when you’ve read them. See typing indicators, and tag people’s names in group chats, all proven from according to MacRumors.
There could also be a new augmented reality app, would allow users to hold their iPad or iPhone and learn more about the world around them. Through the camera with a particular focus apparently on getting the product information. in stores.
Health and Fitness
As reported by MacRumors, health and fitness aren’t usually a big part of the iPad experience. Apple may be working on a new app called ‘Fit’ or ‘Fitness,’ which would offer training videos.
Guides that could be viewed on your iPad (or iPhone or Apple TV), while an Apple Watch component could track your progress through each workout.
Mouse Cursor Support
Another thing we’ve heard about iOS 14 is that it could provide system-wide support for mouse cursors.
Currently, you have to enable mouse support in the accessibility settings. And doesn’t feature all the mouse capabilities you have on Mac. With iPadOS 14, You’ll get the full desktop experience, at least on the front of the mouse.