The iPad can now function utilizing its operating system, which is called the iPadOS 14. Apple has announced the appearance of the new system during its World Wide Developer Conference one year ago.
Users will be granted a unique customer experience that will change the presence of the device. Fortunately, they will no longer feel that they are living the same experience over and over again, but on a bigger screen.
How To Install iPadOS On iPad Pro Devices
The upcoming OS is an improved version of the widely-known iOS, that guarantees a unique design and more efficiency than usual, being an ideal asset when in need to multitask. The users that have already purchased an iPad during the last year will not be able to receive the update automatically. Therefore a manual installation is required.
The iPad versions that can benefit from this new release are iPad Air 2 and 3, iPad Mini 4 and 5, all the iPads of the 6th and 7th generations, as well as the latest series of the iPad Pro. This upgrade proves extremely useful for those that utilize the device to be more productive since it offers a wide range of opportunities not only for entertainment but also for working purpose.
The first thing you need to do to install the upgrade is to make a back-up of all the data in your device just to be on the safe side. The fastest and simplest method is to use iCloud, but there are several other methods available that you can try.
The installation process of the iPadOS system only takes a couple more minutes. The first thing to take into consideration is the internet connection and a battery percentage of a minimum of 50%. Go to the Settings option, choose General and tap on Software Update, then click on Download and Install for the iPadOS option and wait until it is all finished.