Your iPad will be getting a major upgrade on Tuesday.
That's when Apple will be launching iPadOS, the new software for its tablet line that the company announced during its Worldwide Developers Conference in June. Until this point, Apple's iPhone and iPad software upgrades were both grouped into the same iOS update.
But the company is separating the two platforms for the first time in 2019, a sensible move considering it's releasing so many new features that are iPad-specific. Many of these capabilities are designed to help the iPad function more efficiently as a productivity device.
I used the beta version of iPadOS for a week earlier this year, and these are the features that stood out to me as being the most useful.