Apple might launch a smaller version of macOS exclusive for the M2 iPad Pro
There is a possibility that Apple will release a more compact version of macOS that will be exclusive to the M2 iPad Pro. According to AppleInsider, the device may still be able to run iPad-optimized apps rather than macOS versions of software. The macOS user interface is being tested with a 25 percent larger version to make it more suitable for touch. The device, which goes by the code name Mendocino, is scheduled to become available as macOS 14 in 2023.
According to the article, it is unknown why Apple chose to move the iPad to an interface similar to that of macOS in this half-step. In the meantime, the company has only recently unveiled the new iPad, which features an all-screen design, is equipped with a big 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, and is powered by an A14 Bionic chip.
The gadget supports the brand-new Magic Keyboard Folio in addition to other features, including enhanced cameras, quick wireless connectivity, USB-C, and more. The Wi-Fi models of the iPad were sold at a starting price of Rs 44,900, and the Wi-Fi + Cellular models were available at Rs 59,900. The iPad was available in 28 countries and territories, one of which was the United States.
The iPad was available in blue, pink, yellow, and silver, with either 64GB or 256GB of storage space, depending on the model. The device featured updated cameras, including an Ultra Wide 12MP front camera that was located along the landscape edge of the iPad for an even better experience when making video calls. Additionally, the device featured an updated 12MP rear camera that could capture sharp, vivid photos as well as 4K video.