We have been expecting Apple to integrate multitasking for a long time and at last the request of the users has been heard. The latest mobile platform of Apple iOS 9 supports multitasking, but only in iPads. Therefore, iPad users, after updating their gadget, can use more than one application from the same screen. In iOS 9 an app called SplitView have been integrated that makes it possible to open up two gadgets at the same time either in 50/50 proportion or 70/30 proportion. Users can operate on both the apps from this split screen.
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Another added feature that comes with iOS 9 is called SlideOver that lets the users to slide in a third app from either side of the gadget while working on it. Along with this comes another feature called Picture-in-Picture that let the user view a small viewer in any of the corner of the app while stalking other profiles. Lastly comes another feature called cursor now that will transform the keyboard into a trackpad, when the user keeps his/her finger on the keyboard.
The SplitView app will be only available in iPad Air 2. Whereas, SlideOver and Picture-in-Picture can be also integrated in iPad Air, iPad Mini and up. The next generation iPads are expected to be bigger in size and view of that introduction of these features can be definitely deemed absolutely necessary.