iPadOS 17, what news will it bring?

In a few hours, one of the most important technological events of the year will take place, where we will learn about the main Apple operating systems, such as iOS 17, iPadOS 17 and macOS 14. However, with the recent release of Final Cut Pro for iPad, this version has acquired a great hype among users, but, what do we know about this new version? Let’s analyze it below:

New functions

Apple seems to be clear that iPadOS has to have more and more importance within its main operating systems, since this device has to be a perfect nexus in productivity both individually and with the Mac. In turn, iPadOS, which is born from iOS, has to maintain perfect symbiotic bonds with the iPhone, due to its large component of multimedia consumption. For this reason, its improvements will be focused on both lines.

iPad Pro 2018

  • Home screen redesign: The new screen that was released with iOS 16, it is very likely that it will end up reaching the iPad, above all, due to Apple’s current policy of transferring its news to all operating systems. The home screen would be much more customizable in such a way that it would allow you to place apps and widgets where you want.
  • Multi-screen support: One of the limitations of the iPad is that you can only use it on a single external monitor, so being able to connect it to two devices can be a leap forward when it comes to working with them.
  • Integration with Apple Watch: As a result of the synchronization that the iPad has with the iPhone, the iPad could assume new functionalities and synchronization with the Apple Watch, and with applications such as Apple Fitness.

iPad Air

  • Modes of concentration: Apple will add new concentration and customization features, as it was included in macOS Ventura and iOS.
  • The Health App: Apple seems that with iPadOS 17, the iPad health app will have a new interface design and functions such as monitoring our mood and keeping a personal diary.
  • Live Speech: It allows us to generate spoken phrases with our voice, so that users can communicate more quickly and naturally, both in face-to-face conversations and in Face Time videoconferences.

Compatible devices

We have already seen that the potential new iPadOS featuresHowever, it’s important to note that each new version of the iPad operating system leaves older devices unsupported due to compatibility issues, age, and the inability to deliver good performance. Therefore, the devices that sthey were compatible with iPadOS 17 are the following:

  • iPad 9.7″ (2018)
  • iPad Pro 11″ (2018)
  • iPad Pro 12.9″ (2018)
  • iPad Air 3 (2019)
  • iPad mini 5 (2019)
  • iPad 10.2″ (2019)
  • iPad Pro 11″ (2020)
  • iPad Pro 12.9″ (2020)
  • iPad 10.2″ (2020)
  • iPad Air 4 (2020)
  • iPad Pro 11″ (2021)
  • 12.9″ iPad Pro (2021)
  • iPad 10.2″ (2021)
  • iPad mini 6 (2021)
  • iPad Air 5 (2022)
  • iPad 10.9″ (2022)
  • iPad Pro 11″ (2022)
  • iPad Pro 12.9″ (2022)

iPad 10 + AirPods Max

To all this, we have to add those models that Apple launches this year, such as the new iPad mini and a possible iPad Air. By way of conclusion, remember, if you are going to install a beta, either a developer or public betaIt is essential that you make a backup of your data and never use your primary device as a benchmark, due to stability and security issues.

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