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Craig Federighi explains Stage Manager exclusivity in iPadOS 16 to Apple M1 hardware

Craig Federighi has offered clarification about Apple's decision to restrict Stage Manager and true external monitor support on iPadOS to the iPads with Apple M1, currently the iPad Air 5, the 3rd generation iPad Pro 11 and the 5th generation iPad Pro 12.9. Purportedly, Apple will release new 11-inch and 12.9-inch models this autumn, with a 14.1-inch iPad Pro to follow in 2023. For context, Apple already issued the following statement, shared by Rene Ritchie on Twitter:
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Craig Federighi promises iPad Stage Management improvements coming

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. — One of the stand-out and most immediately popular features of bothiPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura, is Stage Manager — but it has had criticisms. Chiefly, beta testers have complained that the iPad version is limited to those few iPads with an M1 processor.
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Apple’s Craig Federighi on the iPad’s ‘tremendous’ new update – and why not everyone can get it

Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference premiered a range of software upgrades coming to the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch this autumn.Craig Federighi is Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, so responsible for all those new developments. Talking to The Independent following the keynote, he is supremely relaxed and energised. He is a natural explainer, his every answer spontaneous and genuine, it seems – a refreshing change from most media-coached execs.Apple has a knack for saving the best for last and this year’s announcement, unusually, kept the new software for the iPad, called iPadOS, as the culmination of the...
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iPadOS 16 Exclusive: Apple’s Craig Federighi Reveals How The Stunning New Features Evolved

Apple’s big software special event, WWDC, is a busy time of year for Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering. In the two-hour keynote, he was rarely far from center stage, introducing new features for Apple Watch, iPhone, Mac and iPad. Even so, he found time to sit down with me and talk about why he thinks this is a key year for the iPad.
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Craig Federighi explains why Stage Manager doesn't work on all iPads

Craig Federighi sat down for a new interview with TechCrunch's Matthew Panzarino. The executive talked about Stage Manager, the new window management feature on Mac and iPad. Federighi also explained why the feature is only available on iPads with an M1 chip. Craig Federighi is looking to close the books...
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Apple’s Craig Federighi: Lock Screen Changes in iOS 16 ‘Act of Love’

Apple SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi says Apple’s revamping of the iOS 16 lock screen was an “act of love” to make the iPhone even more personal. The iOS 16 lock screen allows customization that moves well beyond merely setting a new wallpaper. Federighi and Apple...
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The Talk Show Live From WWDC 2022, With Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak

Special guests Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak join me to discuss the news from WWDC 2022, in front of a live audience at the new Apple Developer Center at Apple Park. MacStadium: Private Mac clouds built by developers, for developers. Atoms: The ideal everyday shoe. Watch it on the biggest...
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‘Live From WWDC 2022’, With Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak

Special guests Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak join me to discuss the news from WWDC 2022, in front of a live audience at the new Apple Developer Center at Apple Park. MacStadium: Private Mac clouds built by developers, for developers. Atoms: The ideal everyday shoe. Links:. This episode, in video,...
9to5Mac

Do manual iOS updates, or you may wait weeks, says Craig Federighi

If you want to ensure your iOS devices are updated as soon as new releases are available, you should do manual iOS updates. The indirect advice comes from no less a source than Apple SVP of software engineering, Craig Federighi. If you instead rely on automatic updates, you could be...
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Craig Federighi answers complaint about why iOS auto-update doesn't work

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. — Apple's Craig Federighi has outlined how the company handles rolling out of automatic updates toiOS, including why it can take weeks to work.
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Craig Federighi reveals why some people get iPhone updates before others

One disgruntled user emailed Apple's Craig Federighi to ask why auto-update on iPhone never seems to function. Craig actually responded to explain how it works. Turns out that Apple rolls out auto-updates incrementally over several weeks. Apple's SVP of Software Engineering has revealed to one curious customer why Apple's auto-updates...
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Apple’s Craig Federighi explains why automatic iOS updates take so long

If you want fast updates on iOS, you should probably do them yourself instead of relying on automatic updates. At least, that’s the word from Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering. A Reddit user shared in a post that they emailed Federighi asking about how the auto-update system works after seeing posts online about how it worked slowly.