Here’s a question. We’ve got WatchOS for watches, tvOS for Apple TVs, MacOS for MacBooks. Why is iOS for both small screened and large screened devices used in two different ways? Apple must have been asking itself the same question as the firm is moving to rebrand iOS on the iPad to IPadOS today at WWDC.
Apple is renaming iOS on the iPad to:
— Steve Moser (@SteveMoser) June 3, 2019
Apple will reportedly be bringing a dark theme to iOS with iOS 13, but the most interesting changes will come to the iPad. iPad will likely get a redesigned home screen, improved multi-tasking, ability to work as a secondary macOS screen and so much more. Apple is finally taking the iPad seriously as a standalone computing device and not simply as a bigger iPhone, and we’re curious to see what it’ll unveil.