Where the unavoidable iPad Pro has been discussed a variety of times in the past, a brand-new report is hinting at Apple’s noticeable attempt to bring some fresh brand-new round of functions to the existing iPad lineup, such as side-by-side app watching, and support for numerous users.
The iPad debuted in 2010, and for the very first time in 5 years, Apple’s tablet has actually witnessed a decline in sales which has now become an apparent issue. The business is now seeking to add some magic into the existing iPad lineup to renew its providing and continue retaining Apple tablet loyalists in the future also. As reported by 9to5Mac, Apple’s focusing on 2 software conditions, meanwhile it’s working actively in producing the 12-inch ‘‘ iPad Pro’, codenamed J98 and J99.
Apparently, Apple at this years’ WWDC will certainly be introducing the new side-by-side apps– multitasking– function with iOS 9 on existing iPad models, with support to divide the screen in 1/2, 1/3, and 2/3 views depending upon the apps obviously.
The report even more discuss the specifics discussing how this brand-new feature can be used to see two different apps side-by-side and even numerous views of the same app or file, which need to offer performance on an iPad some significant boost. Though the sources do explain that since Apple drew this function from iOS 8 as it was considered not polished enough for public usage, it could be drawn yet again prior to iOS 9’s launch as it still requires a great deal of work.
This particular function, together with support for numerous users on one tablet, has been suggested to be developed originally with the bigger 12-inch iPad in mind. While the report suggests that it’s validated that Apple is inside testing these bigger iPads, it might also spell hold-up for the 2 new functions along with the Mac maker may wish to launch these functions with the launch of the iPad Pro.
When exactly should we be anticipating the iPad Pro? We do not concretely understand, with sources suggesting that the device is still waiting on brand-new hardware parts to be easily offered, while the software is still being dealt with.