Apple's been hitting the headlines for the past few days! A recent rumors suggests that next gen iPad aka. the iPad mini 4 might come with support for the Split View.
It basically means that a user can open two apps side-by-side. This feature was revealed for the iPad during the launch of the iOS 9.
In fact a resource file found within the Safari 9 browser in OS X El Capitan indicates Split-View in Safari support for the iPad mini. This also hints at the fact that the specifications of the upcoming iPad mini 4 will be at par with the top of the tier iPad Air 2.
Additionally the report by 9to5Mac talks that about a developer tool in El Capitan that's designed for developers to test the responsiveness of website designs allowing the simulation of an iPad mini with Safari in split-screen view.
The Split View feature was announced by the company at WWDC in June this year. It's one of those feature that we expected for long in the iOS - but better late than never. Samsung was the first mobile OEM to introduce this feature into their devices in the Android Platform.
The feature despite being announced for all the iPad tablets was only availalble on the iPad Air 2, mainly due to hardware limitations. Hence if the forthcoming iPad mini tablet does support this feature, Gizbot is pretty sure that it will come with the same robust A8X SoC.
The iPad Mini 3 launched in 2014 was not much of a significant change over its predecessor, but with the iPad Mini 4 Apple seems to be hell bent to make amends. So far things sound quite interesting.