iOS 15 will report big changes to the iPad home screen and the notifications

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Apple added a new iPad Pro from M1 into its portfolio earlier this week, and now a new report shows that the company has some great iPadOS plans.

Apple plans to revamp the manner in which the iOS processes reports, while adding some new features to Messages and allowing users to add even more Widgets to the iPad’s home screen, according to several sources who spoke to Bloomberg. These upgrades are available for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. Apart from the latest iPhone models Apples main OS updates are typically released in the autumn. Apple frequently displays new features and software updated at WWDC, which will begin virtually on June 7 this year.

In iOS 15, Apple can add various notification statuses, depending on how your telephone operates, drive, sleep or a number of customized categories, according to BloomBerg. Apple can then react with different notifications. In certain cases, such as when your driving or sleeping status is set, new notifications can be received in silence to help you prevent any disturbances. Bloomberg sources state that your current state is displayed on your lock display, and the iPhone control center offers a new status menu, making it easy to swiftly change.

Bloomberg says that Apple has also had a few possible changes in its messages to help the app compete better with rival Facebook chat apps, but these features are still at the earliest stage and may not be released until later this year.

And the company is reportedly developing a new feature that will better emphasize which apps can silently track and collect your data. This is consistent with Apple’s overall goal of increasing users privacy.

Finally, after adding home display widgets to iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, you’ll be able to place widgets wherever you want, even replacing the entire app grid with widgets if you’re so inclined. If you want to change the way you’re doing it, iPadOS will do it.

Apple will be ready to preview future iOS, iPADOS, tvOS, watchOS and more at WWDC 2021; so, in the early June, we should have a much better idea of all of Apple’s new features and updates.