[APPLAUSE] We're calling it iPad OS, and I'd like to give you a first look.
So let's take a look at iPad OS.
Swipe home, and the first thing you notice is this tighter grid icons, letting you have more tools at your disposal right on your home screen.
But what I think is super cool, is watch what happens when I swipe over.
I can now pin my widget right on my home screen.
It's gorgeous and you get a lot of information at a glance.
Now, let's turn to multitasking and let's start with slide over.
Launch into Safari Let's just slide over from the right-hand side of the screen.
You can see I have messages there right now.
Now, I can of course change the app, I haven't slide over, I can just pick up reminders and I'll drag it on over.
Now, I have reminders in slide over, so next time, I slide out of course, there's reminders.
But what if I wanna get back to that last app?
Could we make that super easy?
The answer is yes.
I can just drag from the bottom may fan out just like that.
Just attack I can switch.
I can even just slide along the bottom to move quickly between my apps in slide over.
It's really great.
Now Next I'd like to talk about split view.
Because now, we're bringing Multi Window capability to apps on iPad.
For instance, I have a single note right here and notes.
But what if I want to have two notes side by side?
Well, now I can tap drag, and now I have a split with two notes.
I can use this across spaces as well.
So here I have two notes, but here I have a pages document.
What if I have some notes I wanna use while working on my pages document?
Well, I'm just gonna slide on over, pick up another note and I can just move back to my page of space.
And drop it over there, now I have pages right next to notes.
Now that I have notes and all these different spaces we can guess how I can find them right, I just bring up the doc, tap on notes.
And we have app Expo is now on iPad here, all my notes spaces in one place.
Now, this just doesn't work for system apps, also works for third party apps as well.
So, in addition to notes here and pages I can have two Microsoft word doucment side by side, I mean that's enterprisy right there and,
[LAUGH] It works great for some of the workflows in apps like mail.
So for instance, let's say I wanna reply to this message from Phil.
Well, I can just costart type into Phil, and then I realize I'd actually want to drawn some of my other contents, my inbox for this reply.
Well, I can drag that compose window
Off to the side into split view, even create a split so I can see all my messages, I can tap through these other messages, if I find an image I want to put to my message to fill I just tap, drag it out just like that.
And check this out if there's a link I want to preview, just tap and hold, I get a preview of that webpage, that looks perfect for Phil Just drop in right here, just like that, better composing through multitasking on iPad.
And that's a quick look at the new home screen, and new multitasking in iPad OS.
But there's a lot more, let's start with files.
Now, browsing in files of course you have icon view.
How about column view, great for digging through deep file hierarchies, you get a great file preview right here and quick actions for things like rotating document images, making PDFs and great rich metadata right at the bottom.
Now we're also improving the way you can share files for instance in cloud drive.
We now support folder sharing.
And get this, we also have built in support for SMB file sharing so you can share from your work P.C.
Home BC right in the files.
Now there's one more, that's right, you can now plug in a [UNKNOWN] drive.
[UNKNOWN] Drive, external disc drives and SD card all show up right in the file's app.
But now this one is really great too.
Sometimes when you're working with the camera, you'd like to import directly into an app like light room and now you can.
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