It can be added to the Home screen for quick access to widgets with a simple swipe from the left side of the screen, and you can switch out the widgets pinned here to display the ones most relevant to you.
The first big change over you'll notice in i Pad OS is on the new home screen.
That's right: you're no longer just viewing mobile sites, as i Pad OS views websites in a modified desktop view that's a bit cleaner and optimized for touch.
It doesn't just work with Apple's websites either – the likes of Google Docs and Wordpress web apps will also work better with Safari on i Pad OS.
A simple swipe up from the corner with your Apple Pencil launches markup and brings up the newly-redesigned tool palette, which can be dragged around and repositioned anywhere on the screen.
And speaking of the Pencil, Apple has reduced the latency of its input from 20ms to 9ms, which means you'll get a more natural, pen-like experience when using it.
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First up, you'll be able to use Split View to see two app windows at a time for the same app, or two different apps.