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It is revealed that Apple is promoting "Project Irvine": an evolutionary version of pre-stage scheduling, or it will be launched next year

Posting time:2022-12-06 01:03:58

It is revealed that Apple is promoting "Project Irvine": an evolutionary version of pre-stage scheduling, or it will be launched next year

IT House reported on August 31 that at Apple's WWDC 2022 conference on June 7, Apple released iPadOS 16 and demonstrated its updated Stage Manager function for the M1 iPad. Today, it is reported that Apple will launch an evolutionary version of the pre-stage scheduling to improve the user's multitasking experience on the iPad. According to wccftech's report today, Twitter user Majin Bu tweeted today that there is news that Apple is advancing "Project Irvine", which is an evolutionary version of pre-stage scheduling that will be launched in next year's iPadOS 17. According to reports, "Project Irvine" may remove the restrictions on iPad hardware for pre-stage scheduling, allowing all iPads to experience new multitasking management. As previously reported by IT House, MacStories founder and editor-in-chief Federico Viticci, a prominent member of the Apple community, outlined his disappointment with the iPad front desk schedule in a Twitter post published in the middle of this month. Viticci said the design decisions built into the front-end scheduling were "fundamentally wrong," arguing that the feature was unstable, difficult to use, and had user interface glitches in the experience, among other things. "If front-of-house scheduling is the future of iPadOS for pro users, I hope Apple understands that it can't be rushed," Viticci said. "We've been waiting for years for this, but it's best to launch in spring 2023." At the same time, he suggested that Apple delay the launch of the pre-schedule and reconsider its approach. If Apple does launch "Project Irvine", it may improve the user's multitasking experience.

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