Apple is pushing consumers and developers to get acclimated to its ambitious new Stage Manager user interface as it makes significant improvements to multitasking and collaboration in iPadOS 16. According to recent claims from unidentified insiders, the business would postpone the release of iPadOS 16 in contrast to prior years when new versions of iOS and iPadOS were released simultaneously. That would imply that new iPhone software would be released as normal in September, followed by an iPadOS upgrade in October.
Additionally, according to Gurman, the change will enable Apple to release iPadOS 16 nearer the time that it introduces new iPad hardware. According to Gurman, the business is now working on an iPad Pro with Apple’s new M2 processor and a base-level iPad that will finally support USB-C.