Sadly, we still have just three months to officially launch iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. The first public betas are now available to everyone and their functionality is starting to be polished to give the user a stable and powerful version. However, there is a lot of work left in the pipeline and we don’t see it in these new updates. One of them lack of widgets on iPadOS and a new home screen. The designer decided to combine this item into a The concept of iPadOS 15 where we can see fully functional widgets.

App Gallery and Widgets for iPad with iPadOS 15

Parker Ortolani is an American designer who donated this weekend to him create the concept of IPadOS 15.

Apple may already have its own design. However, it is unthinkable that you should not think about this app when we do not yet have iOS and IPOS 14 officially among us. It doesn't matter if it's thought or not, let's analyze the concept, which makes a lot of sense and open the home screen customization.

IOS 14 also brought a home screen fixed in the form of modules, applications and widgets. With the app gallery we were able to customize apps that were on the home screen, while with widgets we were able to drag them to customize the screen. We can have a large number of widgets with many functions but we have them against

very large: Home screen restart and widgets do not access iPadOS 14.

In the context of the iPadOS 15 we see that on the lower left we can show the App Gallery of two questions. First, if we want to customize the home screen. Second, open the app in Split Viw. The next step combine widgets using the menu shown above. It has a search engine and a horizontal scroll to find what we need.

Home screen switching is currently the same as iOS 14 with a module program that allows you to easily add, delete and update widgets, apps and folders. Finally, Adding to the concept of iPadOS 15 and what I really liked: Pro Menu. One more step in access between iPadOS and macOS. When we click on the top left part, we show the Pro Menu, through which we can access different areas and do different things: restart, notification center, Apple ID, etc.