Rumor: iPad gets split screen mode and support for multiple accounts




Apple reportedly works on the possibility to run on an iPhone apps two next to each other, as well as two windows of the same app. It would also get tablet support for different users. The features were especially designed for the new iPad Pro.

Apple logo Apple would be able to run two apps side by side wanted to announce at WWDC conference next month, writes 9to5Mac based on sources not mentioned by name.

The functionality that already exists on Windows tablets, users would run two apps side by side, both apps can take half the screen or in which a third of the apps take and the second app thirds. Also, it might be possible two windows from the same app to run side by side, so that for example two documents in Pages can be edited simultaneously.

Apple seems functionality developed especially for the new iPad Pro, which already do more rumors and aimed at the business market. It is therefore possible that the feature does not come to the existing iPads, 9to5Mac speculates. The new tablet, which do have long rumored, would have a 12 “screen. Also rumored to users USB keyboards and other USB devices can connect.

In addition, Apple would work to support multiple accounts in one tablet. In addition, multiple users can log on to the iPad, where they only have access to their own documents and other data. Apple will reportedly feature which a prerequisite for the success of the iPad Pro in the business market. It is unclear whether existing iPads have this feature.


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