Apple new iPad productivity features with iPadOS 15

iPad gets more intuitive multitasking, a replacement Home Screen with integrated widgets, the App Library, systemwide note taking with Quick Note, SharePlay, a redesigned Safari experience, and new tools to remain focused



Pause playback of video: Multitasking on iPad with iPadOS 15
iPadOS 15 introduces a more intuitive multitasking experience to iPad.
CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA today previewed iPadOS 15, with new that cash in of the unique capabilities of iPad, helping users be more productive and taking the flexibility of iPad even further. iPadOS 15 introduces a multitasking experience that’s even more intuitive, making features like Split View and Slide Over easier to get , easier to use, and more powerful. Notes goes systemwide with Quick Note, and offers new ways to collaborate and organise whether typing or writing with Apple Pencil. New widget layouts for the house Screen and App Library offer simple ways to personalise the iPad experience and organize apps. Translate delivers new features for translating text and conversations, and users can now build apps for and iPad, on iPad, with Swift Playgrounds. iPadOS 15 also includes new privacy controls in Siri, Mail, and more places across the system to further protect user information.
“We’re excited to form the iPad experience even better with iPadOS 15,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice chairman of Software Engineering. “With more intuitive multitasking, a replacement Home Screen design with integrated widgets and therefore the App Library, systemwide note taking with Quick Note, Translate designed for iPad, SharePlay, a redesigned Safari experience, new tools to remain focused, and more, users can now be even more productive.”



A woman using iPad with iPadOS 15.
iPadOS 15 helps users be even more productive and takes the flexibility of iPad even further.
Get More through with Multitasking and Keyboard Shortcuts
iPadOS 15 makes working with multiple apps easier than ever. a replacement multitasking menu appears at the highest of apps, letting users enter Split View or Slide Over with just a faucet . Users now have quick access to the house Screen when using Split View, making it easier to urge to the proper app. Using the new shelf, they will also multitask with apps that have multiple windows like Safari and Pages, also as quickly preview emails.


The experience with an external keyboard allows users to urge more through with all-new keyboard shortcuts and a redesign of the menu bar. Users can quickly found out and switch between Split View and Slide Over with new shortcuts for multitasking right from the keyboard.
Slide Over and Split View features on iPad in iPadOS 15.
iPadOS 15 makes features like Split View and Slide Over easier to get and use, and more powerful.
Organise and Personalise iPad with Widgets and therefore the App Library
Users can now place widgets among apps on Home Screen pages, providing more information at a look and offering a more personalised experience. Designed specifically for the larger of iPad, a new, larger widget size is ideal for showcasing videos, music, games, photos, and more. iPadOS 15 also brings all-new widgets for App Store, Find My, Game Center, Mail, and Contacts.
Also coming to iPad is that the App Library, automatically organising apps into helpful categories like Productivity, Games, and Recently Added, and allowing users to access all their apps right from the Dock.
Widgets on iPad in iPadOS 15.
Users can now place widgets among apps on Home Screen pages on iPad, providing more information at

  .


Capturing Thoughts with Quick Note and Organising with Tags
Note taking over iPad gets even better with new features that make it easier to capture and organise thoughts. Notes goes systemwide with Quick Note, a quick and straightforward thanks to take notes anywhere across the system. Whether browsing in Safari or finding a restaurant on Yelp, users can mention Quick Note anywhere to jot an idea and add links, providing a simple thanks to revisit to precisely what they were watching .
Notes also has new ways to organise, collaborate, and capture information. Tags make it easy to categorize notes and find them quickly with an all-new Tag Browser and tag-based Smart Folders. For users working with others in shared notes, mentions create how to notify collaborators and link them back to the note, and a replacement Activity view shows recent updates within the note.
The Quick Note feature in iPadOS 15 on iPad Pro.
The Notes app in iPadOS 15 on iPad Pro.
The Quick Note feature in iPadOS 15 on iPad Pro.
Notes goes systemwide with Quick Note in iPadOS 15, a quick and straightforward thanks to take notes anywhere.
The Notes app in iPadOS 15 on iPad Pro.
Notes in iPadOS 15 has new ways to organise, collaborate, and capture information.



More Natural FaceTime Calls and Shared Experiences with SharePlay
FaceTime helps users easily connect with those that matter most, and with iPadOS 15, conversations with friends and family feel even more natural. Users can now share experiences with SharePlay while connecting with friends on FaceTime, including taking note of songs along side Apple Music, watching a television program or movie in sync, or sharing their screen to look at apps together. Shared playback controls let anyone play, pause, or jump ahead. Users can extend playback to Apple TV, and it on their TV while sharing the instant with friends and family connected over FaceTime. SharePlay also lets users share their screen, perfect for browsing the online together.
Group FaceTime in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
SharePlay in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
Group FaceTime in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
With iPadOS 15, conversations with friends and family feel even more natural.
SharePlay in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
SharePlay in iPadOS 15 introduces a replacement way for users to share experiences while connecting with friends on FaceTime.



A Redesigned Browsing Experience with Safari
Safari gets a replacement tab design that lets users see more of the page as they browse. a replacement tab bar takes on the color of the webpage and combines tabs, the toolbar, and therefore the search field into one , compact design. Tab Groups offer a replacement thanks to easily save and manage tabs — great for planning trips, shopping, or storing frequently visited tabs. Tab Groups also sync across Mac and iPhone, so users can continue their project from anywhere or easily share them with friends and family. Safari on iPad also now supports web extensions, available from the App Store.
Redesigned Safari page in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
Safari reimagines the browsing experience with a replacement tab design that lets users see more of the page as they browse.


Tools to seek out Focus
iPadOS 15 delivers powerful tools that help users focus and reduce distractions. Focus may be a new feature that filters notifications supported what a user is doing. Users can set their device to assist them be within the moment by creating a custom Focus or selecting a suggested one supported their context, like during their work hours or while they’re winding down for bed. Users also can create Home Screen pages with apps and widgets that apply to moments of focus to only display relevant apps and reduce temptation.
A new notification summary offers an organised collection of notifications which will be delivered any time the user chooses, like within the morning and evening, making it easy to catch abreast of the day’s activity at their convenience.


The new Focus feature in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
Focus may be a powerful new feature that filters notifications supported what a user is doing.
On-Device Intelligence Powers New Photo Features
Live Text uses on-device intelligence to acknowledge text during a photo and permit users to require action.1 for instance , a snapshot of a storefront may reveal a telephone number and therefore the choice to place a call. With Visual search , users can identify objects within a photograph like a kind of flower or dog breed.
Spotlight now adds the power to look the Photos app and web images, and has all-new rich results for contacts with context like recent conversations, shared photos, and their location if shared through Find My. Leveraging Live Text, Spotlight makes it easy to seem up a photograph of a transportation system map, receipt, or a screenshot of a cooking recipe. Live Text also works with handwritten text — great for searching photos of whiteboards or notes.
The new Live Text feature in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
Live Text uses on-device intelligence to recognise text during a photo and permit users to require action.
Translate involves iPad with New Ways to speak
The Translate app involves iPad with new features that make conversations easier and more natural. When using the Translate app, Auto Translate detects when someone is speaking, and during which language, so users can converse naturally without having to tap a microphone button. For even more personal conversations, face-to-face view allows two people to take a seat across from one another with iPad between them and see translations of the conversation from their own side. Text can now be translated anywhere on iPad by selecting it and tapping Translate, and handwritten text also can be translated. together with Live Text, users can even translate text in photos.



Apple previews new iPad productivity features with iPadOS 15

iPad gets more intuitive multitasking, a replacement Home Screen design with integrated widgets, the App Library, systemwide note taking with Quick Note, SharePlay, a redesigned Safari experience, and new tools to remain focused

Pause playback of video: Multitasking on iPad with iPadOS 15
iPadOS 15 introduces a more intuitive multitasking experience to iPad.
CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA Apple today previewed iPadOS 15, with new features that cash in of the unique capabilities of iPad, helping users be more productive and taking the flexibility of iPad even further. iPadOS 15 introduces a multitasking experience that’s even more intuitive, making features like Split View and Slide Over easier to get , easier to use, and more powerful. Notes goes systemwide with Quick Note, and offers new ways to collaborate and organise whether typing or writing with Apple Pencil. New widget layouts for the house Screen and App Library offer simple ways to personalise the iPad experience and organize apps. Translate delivers new features for translating text and conversations, and users can now build apps for iPhone and iPad, on iPad, with Swift Playgrounds. iPadOS 15 also includes new privacy controls in Siri, Mail, and more places across the system to further protect user information.
“We’re excited to form the iPad experience even better with iPadOS 15,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice chairman of Software Engineering. “With more intuitive multitasking, a replacement Home Screen design with integrated widgets and therefore the App Library, systemwide note taking with Quick Note, Translate designed for iPad, SharePlay, a redesigned Safari experience, new tools to remain focused, and more, users can now be even more productive.”
A woman using iPad with iPadOS 15.
iPadOS 15 helps users be even more productive and takes the flexibility of iPad even further.
Get More through with Multitasking and Keyboard Shortcuts
iPadOS 15 makes working with multiple apps easier than ever. a replacement multitasking menu appears at the highest of apps, letting users enter Split View or Slide Over with just a faucet . Users now have quick access to the house Screen when using Split View, making it easier to urge to the proper app. Using the new shelf, they will also multitask with apps that have multiple windows like Safari and Pages, also as quickly preview emails.


The experience with an external keyboard allows users to urge more through with all-new keyboard shortcuts and a redesign of the menu bar. Users can quickly found out and switch between Split View and Slide Over with new shortcuts for multitasking right from the keyboard.
Slide Over and Split View features on iPad in iPadOS 15.
iPadOS 15 makes features like Split View and Slide Over easier to get and use, and more powerful.
Organise and Personalise iPad with Widgets and therefore the App Library
Users can now place widgets among apps on Home Screen pages, providing more information at a look and offering a more personalised experience. Designed specifically for the larger display of iPad, a new, larger widget size is ideal for showcasing videos, music, games, photos, and more. iPadOS 15 also brings all-new widgets for App Store, Find My, Game Center, Mail, and Contacts.
Also coming to iPad is that the App Library, automatically organising apps into helpful categories like Productivity, Games, and Recently Added, and allowing users to access all their apps right from the Dock.
Widgets on iPad in iPadOS 15.
Users can now place widgets among apps on Home Screen pages on iPad, providing more information at a look .
Capturing Thoughts with Quick Note and Organising with Tags
Note taking over iPad gets even better with new features that make it easier to capture and organise thoughts. Notes goes systemwide with Quick Note, a quick and straightforward thanks to take notes anywhere across the system. Whether browsing in Safari or finding a restaurant on Yelp, users can mention Quick Note anywhere to jot an idea and add links, providing a simple thanks to revisit to precisely what they were watching .
Notes also has new ways to organise, collaborate, and capture information. Tags make it easy to categorize notes and find them quickly with an all-new Tag Browser and tag-based Smart Folders. For users working with others in shared notes, mentions create how to notify collaborators and link them back to the note, and a replacement Activity view shows recent updates within the note.


The Quick Note feature in iPadOS 15 on iPad Pro.
The Notes app in iPadOS 15 on iPad Pro.
The Quick Note feature in iPadOS 15 on iPad Pro.
Notes goes systemwide with Quick Note in iPadOS 15, a quick and straightforward thanks to take notes anywhere.
The Notes app in iPadOS 15 on iPad Pro.
Notes in iPadOS 15 has new ways to organise, collaborate, and capture information.

More Natural FaceTime Calls and Shared Experiences with SharePlay
FaceTime helps users easily connect with those that matter most, and with iPadOS 15, conversations with friends and family feel even more natural. Users can now share experiences with SharePlay while connecting with friends on FaceTime, including taking note of songs along side Apple Music, watching a television program or movie in sync, or sharing their screen to look at apps together. Shared playback controls let anyone play, pause, or jump ahead. Users can extend playback to Apple TV, and watch it on their TV while sharing the instant with friends and family connected over FaceTime. SharePlay also lets users share their screen, perfect for browsing the online together.
Group FaceTime in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
SharePlay in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
Group FaceTime in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
With iPadOS 15, conversations with friends and family feel even more natural.
SharePlay in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
SharePlay in iPadOS 15 introduces a replacement way for users to share experiences while connecting with friends on FaceTime.



A Redesigned Browsing Experience with Safari
Safari gets a replacement tab design that lets users see more of the page as they browse. a replacement tab bar takes on the color of the webpage and combines tabs, the toolbar, and therefore the search field into one , compact design. Tab Groups offer a replacement thanks to easily save and manage tabs — great for planning trips, shopping, or storing frequently visited tabs. Tab Groups also sync across Mac and iPhone, so users can continue their project from anywhere or easily share them with friends and family. Safari on iPad also now supports web extensions, available from the App Store.
Redesigned Safari page in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
Safari reimagines the browsing experience with a replacement tab design that lets users see more of the page as they browse.
Tools to seek out Focus
iPadOS 15 delivers powerful tools that help users focus and reduce distractions. Focus may be a new feature that filters notifications supported what a user is doing. Users can set their device to assist them be within the moment by creating a custom Focus or selecting a suggested one supported their context, like during their work hours or while they’re winding down for bed. Users also can create Home Screen pages with apps and widgets that apply to moments of focus to only display relevant apps and reduce temptation.
A new notification summary offers an organised collection of notifications which will be delivered any time the user chooses, like within the morning and evening, making it easy to catch abreast of the day’s activity at their convenience.


The new Focus feature in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
Focus may be a powerful new feature that filters notifications supported what a user is doing.
On-Device Intelligence Powers New Photo Features
Live Text uses on-device intelligence to acknowledge text during a photo and permit users to require action.1 for instance , a snapshot of a storefront may reveal a telephone number and therefore the choice to place a call. With Visual search , users can identify objects within a photograph like a kind of flower or dog breed.
Spotlight now adds the power to look the Photos app and web images, and has all-new rich results for contacts with context like recent conversations, shared photos, and their location if shared through Find My. Leveraging Live Text, Spotlight makes it easy to seem up a photograph of a transportation system map, receipt, or a screenshot of a cooking recipe. Live Text also works with handwritten text — great for searching photos of whiteboards or notes.
The new Live Text feature in iPadOS 15 displayed on iPad Pro.
Live Text uses on-device intelligence to recognise text during a photo and permit users to require action.
Translate involves iPad with New Ways to speak
The Translate app involves iPad with new features that make conversations easier and more natural. When using the Translate app, Auto Translate detects when someone is speaking, and during which language, so users can converse naturally without having to tap a microphone button. For even more personal conversations, face-to-face view allows two people to take a seat across from one another with iPad between them and see translations of the conversation from their own side. Text can now be translated anywhere on iPad by selecting it and tapping Translate, and handwritten text also can be translated. together with Live Text, users can even translate text in photos.




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