It's available for free to everyone, and Android users will get it in the near future.
The update comes after one of the most unstable beta processes in recent years for the company.
The company released the first beta of iPadOS 16.1 which will replace 16.0 and roll out after iOS 16 has had a chance to reach iPhones.
It's not getting the new architecture Apple promised during WWDC, but it'll still let you control (most of) your HomeKit devices.
It supposedly sports a 20-inch screen and is likely "years" away from potentially being released.
The film is presented in 4:3, so you might want something other than a 16:9 television to watch it on.
All of Microsoft's Office apps are being updated.
That means phones dating all the way back to 2015 will run the 2020 iPhone update.
Apple is rumored to include support for pairing your Apple Watch to other devices with watchOS 10, which could be huge.
The update includes features like Stage Manager, Display Zoom, an upgraded Mail app, iMessage upgrades, and more.
The cheap iPad is no longer cheap.
Another 3.5mm port, eliminated (allegedly).
Improved multitasking and windowing could make the iPad more like a laptop than ever before.
The feature has finally hit the limelight after being announced more than seven months ago.
The iPad also helped give Apple its best March quarter revenue in history.
There's also a new iPad mini and baseline iPad on the way.
A pretty sweet promotion for students headed back to class this year.
There's also a new iMac Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro on the way with the display tech on board.
It’s an exceptional tablet, but it will eventually be replaced by something better.