So far the Apple tablet has been linked to many evolutions of iOS, the operating system for mobile devices, but now the company decided to separate the evolution of the platforms for iPhone and iPad, and created the iPadOS.
And what sets the two operating systems apart? In practice the iPadOS is a new version of iOS and what changes is how you interact with the system and applications that is best suited to explore the size of the iPad screen and ensure greater flexibility.
The new operating system ended up occupying a significant part of the WWDC 2019 keynote, with detailed demonstrations of new file system views, pen interaction and more slide-up functionality that span multiple applications.
Split view was also updated, with two apps that can be placed side by side, including third-party apps like Word.
And the news also extends to connecting to external devices, so you can connect pen disks and SD cards directly to the iPad and can even connect a camera directly through a USB-C port if you have an iPad Pro.