The update also comes with much-needed tweaks to the iPhone 14 Pro's always-on display.
The update comes after one of the most unstable beta processes in recent years for the company.
Mark Gurman says to expect new iPads this week, all via press release.
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.
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Improved multitasking and windowing could make the iPad more like a laptop than ever before.
The update includes features like Stage Manager, Display Zoom, an upgraded Mail app, iMessage upgrades, and more.
The cheap iPad is no longer cheap.
The latest version of Apple's yet-to-be-released update for iPad adds Stage Manager to 2018 and 2020 iPad Pros, but simultaneously removes external display support.
The feature will come to iPhones, iPads, and Macs in order to help protect you from threats like last year's Pegasus virus.
With a new suite of multitasking features, this version of iPadOS is the most Mac-like of them all, despite it remaining true to the iPad's origins.
Improvements to notifications, messaging, and the Lock Screen are coming to iOS, while the iPad might be more like the Mac than ever before.