ADVANCED MULTITASKING ON THE IPAD MINI 6 CONVINCES. WILL IT REMAIN A DREAM?
Since exactly one month ago, iPadOS 16 has been released
Apple demonstrated them at WWDC 22, and it was instantly apparent that the company intended to conflate the experiences that a tablet and a laptop can provide
A few days later, we looked into the rumours surrounding the upcoming iPad operating system
Stage Manager, which is essentially a much more potent multitasking than the existing one, is one of the most significant features.
The Stage Manager has the drawback of only being compatible with iPads equipped with the M1 chip
As a result, the majority of Apple's tablets will continue to be limited to the traditional multitasking
Few days later, Federighi provided an explanation of the factors that led to a significant restriction of the catchment area that the new one could have
These factors don't just relate to one feature of the M1 chip, but rather to a variety of factors, such as the fast memories connected to the chip
Whether or whether the senior manager of Cupertino's reasons are convincing
the truth remains that Stage Manager will only be available to a few group of people in the absence of the cautious hints that hint at a wider availability
As a result, there won't be any official room or chance for iPads without an Apple Silicon M series chip. On the mini 6 with A15 Bionic chip
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