Most of the above functionality is coming to iPad as well as iPhone, plus there are some modest tweaks to how iOS will look and act on your tablet with the new iPadOS 15 upgrade. You’ll be able to integrate widgets into your home screens this time around, while a new multitasking menu makes it easy to enter Split View or Slide Over with a tap.
Universal Control, meanwhile, lets you use a mouse between a Mac and iPad with ease, including dragging and dropping content between devices. This could be handy for things like building presentations in Slides, for example.
That’s just a fraction of what’s changed and what’s new in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, of course, with other standout additions including a revitalised Weather app (that pulls in a lot of what makes Dark Sky great), enhanced Wallet functionality, improved Memories within Photos, and more. Check out Apple’s comprehensive iOS 15 preview for even more of what to expect.