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With iPadOS 16, Apple finally brings a native weather app to the iPad, taking advantage of the iPad’s larger screen. Apple has also introduced WeatherKit for developers on the platform.

The lack of a Weather app on the iPad has been a long-running joke among iPad users. While iPadOS 16 brings a weather app to the iPad, it doesn’t look like the iPad is getting a calculator app. iPadOS 16 will be available to developers in beta testing later today and to public beta testers in July.

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Apple aims to make iPad more like a Mac with iPadOS 16 multitasking changes

As Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports, Apple wants the iPad to behave more like a laptop than a smartphone, and is planning to implement changes to iPadOS 16 to further that goal. iPadOS 16 will feature a redesigned multitasking interface that makes it easier to switch between tasks and see which apps are open, as well as allow users to resize windows. Apple plans to introduce new ways for users to…

Featured Stories: WWDC 2022 Rumors + iPhone 14 Pro with Always On Display?

It’s that time of year again when the calendar turns to June! Apple’s developer conference starts on Monday and we’ve seen a flurry of rumors breaking out, though much remains a mystery. This week we saw rumors about some upcoming changes to iOS 16 and iPadOS 16, as well as details about the iPhone 14 lineup, which we don’t expect to see until it returns to normal.

Gurman: The MacBook Air is not expected to come in the same color range as the iMac

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the upcoming 2022 MacBook Air is not expected to come in the same color range as the 24-inch iMac. In a tweet, Gurman says that the MacBook Air will come in standard space in grey, silver and gold colors just like the previous model. Reports of several color options are likely to be “overkill,” according to Gurman, who says he doesn’t expect…

iPhone 14 lineup expected to debut with 6GB RAM bump

According to Taiwanese research firm Trendforce, all four iPhone 14 models launching later this year will be equipped with 6GB of RAM. TrendForce said the iPhone 14 Pro model will be upgraded to a faster and more energy-efficient type of RAM known as LPDDR5, while the standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max models are expected to stick with LPDDR4X. If the report turns out to be true…