iPadOS 16 is planned to arrive a month after iOS 16, which was launched on September 12, to accompany the release of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro.
“iPadOS 16.1 is on track to launch the week of October 24, barring new bugs or issues,” said Bloomberg reporter and Apple expert Mark Gurman.
In a tweet, he recalls that Cupertino usually organizes launches in the same week that it presents financial results to its investors.
Bugs on new features
Due to delays and some bugs, iPadOS 16 will be introduced directly as iPadOS 16.1. The stable version of Apple’s tablet operating system was originally scheduled to ship in September, but some development issues delayed development. In particular, it was an unsatisfactory experience at the stage manager job level.
MacRumors says that this option, which allows you to manage multiple application windows at the same time, has benefited from a patch in the meantime, but some users continue to complain about significant problems in the beta version.
It remains to be seen if that could cause further delays. In addition, macOS Ventura is also expected to release a stable build for the month of October.