The iPad is increasingly becoming a full-fledged computer. With the iPadOS 16 presented at WWDC, Apple pushes the boundaries even further. The winner is the customer.
When Apple introduced the first iPad, it was little more than a bloated iPhone. But in recent years it has slipped further and further in the direction of the group’s Mac computers. With the iPadOS 16 now presented at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), the iPad is slowly but surely becoming an (almost) full-fledged computer. And that without losing the advantages of the tablet. The way there was long for the group. But it should be worth it.