Apple Working on Split-Screen Multitasking for iOS 9 [REPORT]

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    Apple's WWDC developer conference is less than a month away, and everyone is wondering if this will be another year of major product launch.

    Apple Working on Split-Screen Multitasking for iOS 9

    A new report claims that Apple is likely to introduce the split-screen mode, allowing iPad owners to work within two apps at the same time. It seems that the much needed iPad split-screen support could be announced during its WWDC 2015 keynote on June 8, according sources close to 9to5Mac.

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    Basically, the split screen mode will give users a chance to run two or more apps simultaneously. The new supposed feature will push Apple's aging iPad - a much needed boost against the Surface Pro 3 and Samsung's Galaxy Tab S tablets.

    In addition, the report claims that Apple may also bring multi-user account support for its range of tablets. This feature would be beneficial the business community, corporates and educational institutions.

    Apple Working on Split-Screen Multitasking for iOS 9

    12-inch iPad Pro Expected To Launch Soon

    Although Apple hasn't indicated whether it plans to unveil the much-awaited 12-inch iPad Pro during its WWDC event, but rumours claim that the new UI may be designed keeping large screen sized tablet in mind. Not just that, the Cupertino-based tech giant may also get its first official Apple-made stylus.

    Apple Working on Split-Screen Multitasking for iOS 9

    If the above rumour turns true, iOS 9 will be previewed during the annual developer conference on June 8.


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