While Instagram changes its “skin” into a web version, Half it does not yet seem willing to meet the needs of iPad users, currently orphaned of a native or at least officially adapted version of the social platform.
Indeed, users eager to scroll through the feed and share their memories on Instagram from an apple tablet are currently forced to use the iPhone version to access all available features, severely limited in the web version.
Unfortunately, with the upgrade to iPadOS 16 it seems that the app in question has gone into conflict with the system, leading to an incorrect display of the contents and cutting part of them to the sides. The result is stories with illegible text at the edges and misplaced navigation and interaction buttons.
All of this currently seems to be limited to a specific range of products, namely the 12.9-inch iPad Pro updated to the latest version of the apple operating system for large screen mobile devices.
Unfortunately it will be up to Half to solve the problem, while a dedicated version now seems pure utopia, although only a few weeks ago Instagram has improved the iPad experience by looking at the web app version, for many a clear sign of where the US multinational intends to concentrate its efforts .