Apple’s released the first iPadOS 14 beta for iPad, iPad mini, iPad Pro, and iPad Air.
Apple has debuted the new software it plans to release for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and Mac later this year. Among those announcements, iPadOS 14, the new operating system that’s headed to iPad models in the fall.
The company highlighted a number of changes coming to the iPad in iPadOS 14. Some of the highlights include a new Scribble feature, improved Search, and a whole lot more.
If you don’t want to wait until the fall to try out these features on your iPad you don’t have to.
Apple’s pushed the iPadOS 14 beta to developers. The company will also push a public iPadOS 14 beta to those enrolled in the Beta Software Program, but that will take place sometime this summer.
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