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One of the defining moments of Apple's WWDC keynote earlier this week was when Craig Federighi, Apple's software chief, declared that the iPad would now have its own operating system. "The time has come to recognize the platform in a special way," he said. via PocketIFTTT Pocket
8 days ago by domingogallardo
Giving the iPad its own OS in name might also define the kind of projects that engineers are working on, both inside the company and externally. You're no longer a third-party app maker building an iOS app for iPad, you're developing it for iPadOS. By using this established language, developers will essentially co-opt Apple's marketing speak and help to set the iPad's software apart from what did, in the early days, feel like a blown-up version of iPhone's software.marketing ipad language
9 days ago by craniac