As the iPad becomes more and more of a desktop replacement, its needs have grown beyond those of the iPhone. Giving it its own OS is a step towards meeting them. Dubbed iPadOS, it includes all the upgrades of iOS 13, plus a ton of multitasking improvements specific to the iPad. Widgets can now be pinned to the homescreen for at-a-glance access, apps can now support multiple windows, and column view in Files lets you dig through your documents quickly. It also adds native support for thumb drives, direct connection of cameras, and lets the iPad work as a second screen for any connected Mac. Like iOS 13, it arrives this Fall.