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Everything Apple Tried to Kill at WWDC 2023



Back in 2015, Apple supersized the iPad with the 1st generation iPad Pro which also saw the introduction of the Apple Pencil stylus. It would help shift the iPad from primarily being a media consumption device, to being a genuine productivity tool, but its time has finally come. The original iPad Pro, and the 5th generation iPad, are the next victims of the march of progress, and neither will be upgraded to iPadOS 17 this fall. According to Apple, the next version of iPadOS will be compatible with the iPad Pro (2nd generation and later), the iPad Air (3rd generation and later), the iPad (6th generation and later), and the iPad mini (5th generation and later).

Source: Gizmodo

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