According to Jon Prosser in a tweet posted on Monday, Xcode "is present on iOS / iPadOS 14." Prosser claimed that he mentioned its presence in the live broadcast last week, and then continued to imply that its meaning is "huge" because it"opens the door for 'Pro' applications to come to iPad."
Thus far, Apple has not allowed iPhone and iPad users to develop apps directly on the devices. Swift Playgrounds, which is an app developed by Apple for learning simple programming on the iPads, but still lacks many of the elements to doing app development.
It is unclear how the complete version of Xcode for iPadOS could be used for the development of apps. Mac computers are currently required for the development of iOS or iPadOS applications.
Since iPadOS is becoming more and more sophisticated and offers support for computer features such as mouse and trackpad, it makes perfect sense for the iPad to have such a professional app.
Apple's plans for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 will not be fully disclosed until the WWDC event in June, so we should expect to learn more about this upcoming change in less than two months.
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