In this hands-on video walkthrough, we go hands-on with Stage Manager, Apple's new multitasking feature in iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 Ventura.
One of the biggest new features coming to iPadOS 16 later this year is Stage Manager, the all-new method for multitasking on Apple's most powerful tablets. Specifically, the iPad models that are equipped with Apple silicon under the hood. Which, for now, is the M1 processor.
One of the biggest new elements to help boost productivity on iPad is what Apple calls Stage Manager. It's a brand new multitasking software tool that helps tablet users get more done. At least, that's the idea. But it's only available on iPad models equipped with Apple's M-series processor, the M1. And today, Apple's hoping to explain why that is.
We are at the macOS portion of today's WWDC event, and Apple just announced the new version will be called macOS Ventura. Among the updates is a new feature called Stage Manager, which is meant to help you keep all of your open windows organized.