iPadOS 14, Apple’s newest operating system for iPad tablets, launched in September 2020 on the new iPad 10.2 and some older tablets – we have a full list of compatible iPads below.
Alongside iOS 14 and watchOS 7, iPadOS 14 has added some extremely handy new features to Apple devices: widgets, revamped app privacy rules, improved Siri voices, new emoji, and support for new devices like AirTags and AirPods Max.
The second version of iPadOS after Apple forked it off from iOS in 2019, iPadOS 14 also adds specific iPad improvements like handwriting recognition for Apple Pencil use, improved menu layouts and more.
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