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iPadOS 17 announced: These iPads won’t get the latest OS update


Along with the latest iOS 17, Apple also unveiled the latest version of its iPadOS at WWDC 2023. The company claims that with iPad OS 17 users can personalize the lock screen and also easily interact with widgets. iPadOS 17 is available in developer beta and should be available to all users later this year.

iPadThe operating system powers our most versatile device and allows users to do so many things on iPad, and now with iPadOS 17, we’re delivering an experience that’s even more personalized and capable,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering. With the release of iPadOS 17, the company has also revealed the list of iPads that will not receive the latest OS update.

Here’s a list of iPads that won’t receive iPadOS 17

– iPad Pro (1st generation)
– iPad (5th generation)

In addition, Apple has also revealed the list of iPads that will receive iPadOS 17. Here is the list of compatible iPads

– iPad Pro (2nd generation and newer)
– iPad Air (3rd generation and newer)
– iPad (6th generation and later)
– iPad mini (5th generation and later)

Main features of iPadOS 17
In the latest update, Apple has introduced a number of notable additions to the iPad. One of these additions is the ability to customize the lock screen, giving users more control over the look and feel of their device. In addition, Apple has introduced the Health app on the iPad for the first time, expanding the range of health and wellness features available to iPad users.

Building on the introduction of the Weather app last year, Apple has now brought the Health app to iPadOS. With an optimized design for the iPad screen, the Favorites section has been given a fresh look, giving users easy access to their most used functions. In addition, users can now gain valuable insights into their health data through the introduction of Trends, Highlights and detailed interactive charts. In addition, iPad users can now easily track and manage their medications, use Cycle Tracking for reproductive health monitoring, record their temporal emotions and daily moods, and even view their health records from multiple institutions, among other functionalities.

In addition to these updates, Apple has also improved widget interactivity with iPadOS 17. Users can now perform tasks with a simple tap directly from the widgets. Turning on the lights, playing a song, or marking a reminder as done can all be done in the moment, right from a widget.


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