The reason for the absence of the Calculator app for iPad was revealed by Apple


The reason for the absence of the Calculator app for iPad was revealed by Apple

The reason for the absence of the Calculator app for iPad was revealed by Apple

It may be hard to believe that iPadOS, despite being one of the most complete operating systems available for tablets, lacks the all-important calculator software. But this is true and even though we saw the release of the fourteenth version of iPadOS at WWDC 2020, this version still does not have the calculator software by default. Of course, the reason for the absence of the Calculator program for the iPad has been specified by Apple during a short conversation, which we will discuss below.

As mentioned, almost all Android and even iOS devices have a calculator program. This is a standard for all smart phones and tablets, but when it comes to the iPad, everything is different. Although it is still possible to solve this issue to some extent by downloading third-party software, the reason for the absence of the Calculator program for the iPad was revealed two days ago during a short conversation between the director of Apple’s software department, Craig Federighi and Marques Brownlee.

Marques Brownlee or the same MKBHD is one of the famous YouTubers with more than 10 million followers who has talked with the CEOs of many companies such as Microsoft, Tesla, etc. During MKBHD’s conversation with the manager of Apple’s software department, there was a discussion about the lack of calculator software for the iPadOS operating system, and Craig Federighi’s answer to this person was interesting:

          There are many things in Apple’s software department. There is one that we have given up on, and the reason for that is to be able to release a full version of the best version of it, and to be honest, we have yet to release a full version of Calculator for iPadOS. we have not found If you have noticed, Apple had actually included the calculator software in the first iPad, but this idea was destroyed by Steve Jobs and the reason was that this program was not complete for the iPad.

Manager of the soft department Apple software pointed out that: finally, one day this software will be added to the list of iPadOS default programs. But it is not clear when this time will be and most likely this software is not on the list of essential issues of Apple and apparently iPad owners still have to use third party software to perform their mathematical processes.

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