WWDC 2020: iPadOS 14 operating system detection.
Apple announces iPadOS 14 for iPad at WWDC 2020 developer conference with a number of features to make it smoother. Within the WWDC 2020 developer conference shortly, Apple announced the iPadOS 14 operating system for iPads with a number of features. The new operating system has brought improvements to the way applications are viewed on iPads by developing a sidebar to facilitate navigation between and within applications similar to what exists with the Mac OS. This suggests that the company continues its endeavor to convert more and more tablet devices into mini portable computers. The iPad system also added ease to the search method by finding a top bar allowing search on the device without closing the open application. Also, the smart pen can be used to write texts in the upper bar for research and will convert it to electronic texts for research in a number of languages. The feature of converting handwriting into electronic text will extend to reach writing anywhere on iPads such as writing notes or creating text files, and others. This allows users to more ease and speed in writing rather than switching between the pen and keyboard continuously. Besides, Apple will allow iPadOS 14 to select a default browser and email application, but without explanation about whether they can change them. It is noteworthy that the system for iPad devices is very similar to the iPhone system, especially in the use of applications, but with a different interface.