At WWDC on Monday, Apple showed off its next iPad software, iPadOS 17, which will make your tablet feel more like yours iPhone.
The next iPad OS will include features like interactive widgets, lock screen customization options similar to those of the iPhone and live lock screen activities, the company said in its Worldwide Developers Conference keynote address. Apple brought these features to the iPhone with the release of the iOS 16 in 2022
The next iPad OS will also bring the Health app to your iPad. The Health app made its debut on iPhone in 2014. Since then, Apple has upgrade the app in many waysoffering more information about your overall health and allowing you to monitor the health of a family member.
The Notes app on the iPad will also get an upgrade. With iPadOS 17, you’ll be able to autocomplete PDFs in your Notes app, as well as collaborate on PDFs in-app in real-time with others.
If you’re enrolled in Apple’s developer beta program, you can download iPadOS 17 today. Public beta testers will be able to download iPadOS 17 in July, and Apple will make the operating system available to the public in the fall.
Apple also revealed its long-awaited AR/VR headset called Vision Proas well as iOS 17, iPadOS 17 and new 15-inch MacBook Air at the event.