Apple’s WWDC event was big on iPadOS 15 news including word that it will usher a major update to Swift Playgrounds. For the first time, developers will be able to use their iPad to fully build and directly submit iPhone and iPad apps to the App Store.
This will allow users to learn the basics of coding without heading into much complexity. However, for more elaborate applications, Apple has Xcode which is primarily a suite of developer tools that allows users to develop software for a larger ecosystem from macOS, WatchOS and tvOS. However, through the recent updates working on an iPad is much easier especially when it comes to developing apps.
With the introduction of Swift Playgrounds 4 later this year, Apple says users will also be able to take advantage of enhancements for list views, search experiences, in-app accessibility features, multicolumn tables and more.