According to a recent rumour, Apple is allegedly developing a version of macOS just for the M2 iPad Pro, which is scheduled to arrive in 2023. According to leaker Majin Bu’s sources, Apple is developing a “Lite” version of macOS just for the M2 iPad Pro. It is rumoured that this could be the macOS 14— codenamed Mendocino—that will be launched in 2023.
The absence of desktop-class software support on the iPad is one of the main criticisms of the device. Apple has been urged by customers repeatedly to transfer a full version of macOS on the iPad in addition to applications like Final Cut Pro, while DeVince Resolve is scheduled to land on iPad Pro by the end of this year. Majin claims that Apple is testing a touch-friendly version of the macOS UI that is around 25% bigger in size.
Always accept rumours about software testing with a grain of salt. Rarely, if ever, do specifics of Apple’s software plans slip out. Why Apple would make such a half-step transition from the iPad to a macOS UI is unclear. More so than the user interface, those calling for macOS on iPad are interested in the programme. The same rumours have been floating around for a while.
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This may simply be a rumour, or Apple might genuinely be developing a specific OS just for the M2-powered iPad Pro in order to boost sales of this new tablet.
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