JingOS Linux Arriving with iPadOS-like UI.

Jingling Tech has announced that it’s JingOS Linux distribution will be available for download on January 31, 2021.

Based on the Ubuntu Linux distribution, JingOS has a user interface and experience which JingLing Tech compares to that of Apple’s iPadOS. In addition to the ability to existing Linux desktop apps, JingOS also comes with a set of native tablet friendly apps including calendar, file system browser, media player and calculator.

Watch the preview video below to see this new OS in action:

JingOS hopes to capitalize on the move from laptops to multitouch tablet-style devices with detachable keyboards and will initially target the Microsoft Surface Pro 6 and Huawei Matebook 14 devices (the latter of which has a non-detachable keyboard).

Future plans include targeting phones and non- x86 based devices (such as ARM) and the introduction of a JingOS App Store.

Xcode 12.3 Now Available

If you have been ignoring the “updates available” notification on your Mac recently you may not be aware that Xcode 12.3 is now available from Apple.

This new version of Xcode includes the SDKs for iOS 14.3, iOS 14.3, iPadOS 14.3, tvOS 14.3, watchOS 7.2, and macOS Big Sur 11.1 in addition to minor bug fixes.

Full details of this new release can be found at: