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Apple announced new iPad software called iPadOS 15.
IPadOS 15 includes new ways to rearrange iPad apps, put widgets on the home screen and the App Library feature, formerly iPhone exclusive, that automatically organizes apps.
Apple also introduced a new multitasking interface that makes it easier to put two apps side by side on the iPad screen.
The Apple notes app has been updated to better interface with other apps. One feature, called Quick Notes, lets users jot notes using the Apple Pencil, a stylus.
A new version of the Translate app for iPads allows users to speak and have the discussion translated on-screen in real time.
Apple’s app for learning how to code, Swift Playgrounds, can now build full apps, which can be submitted to the App Store Apple said.
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