Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, a week-long event, has commenced with several software and hardware announcements, including one for iPad users. During the Keynote session, Apple disclosed the release date of iPadOS 17, along with iOS 17, macOS 14, tvOS, and watchOS. The event primarily focuses on developers, with the release of iPadOS 17 being a significant highlight. Discover the thrilling features and enhancements of the iPad operating system below.
Apple has announced what’s coming in iPadOS 17.
Check out the most exciting features of iPadOS 17:
Widgets – Widgets make the home screen more efficient.
Custom Lock Screen – Customize your iPad’s lock screen. Tap and hold to select wallpaper options. If you choose Live Photo, it will superimpose more frames to create a slow motion effect. These seem to be affected by the face of the Apple Watch.
Live Activities – Track things like food requests, travel plans and timers from the lock screen, and you can even track multiple timers!
Health app – for the first time in iPadOS. Take advantage of the bigger screen. All data is synchronized from all your devices. HealthKit comes to iPad.
PDF files – Changes to the way you use PDF files. Make it easy to work with them. iPad OS can use AutoFill to fill fields in a PDF file – even in documents scanned with a camera.
Notes – Upgrade to collaborate on PDF files. PDF files are located in Notes, and you can view and view PDF files and browse pages. Store multiple PDF files in one note. You can cooperate so that the changes are visible immediately.
Stage Manager – Improvements to window size and more workspace control.
FaceTime – To gain more control over your camera.
“iPadOS is our most versatile device, allowing users to do so many things on iPad, and now with iPadOS 17, we’re delivering an even more personalized and powerful experience,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s director of software development. “With interactive widgets on the lock screen, updates to PDF and Notes, and improvements to Messages and FaceTime, iPadOS gives users more ways to get things done easier and faster than ever before.”