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And so the trend continues. With the next update to its iPadOS operating system, freshly unveiled at the WWDC 2022 developers’ conference, Apple’s tablet will be able to act more than ever like a touchscreen alternative to the firm’s laptops. As it evolves, Apple’s tablet is gradually turning into a veritable touchscreen computer. This is especially true for the iPad Pro and Air, which have an integrated M1 chip that already offers exceptional performance. But the iPad, which is now the most versatile product in Apple’s catalog, is now set to be equipped with an operating system that’s closer …

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