iPad Mini 4 To Support Split View Multitasking [REPORT]

iPad Mini 4 To Support Split View Multitasking [REPORT]
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The upcoming Apple iPad Mini 4 may come with a split-view multitasking feature, according to a new report which shows an OS X El Captain file with a depiction of the iPad Mini with two apps side-by-side. iOS 9’s marquee additions include support for the iPad’s split screen applications, a feature that’s currently available on the iPad Air 2. If Apple plans to release an iPad Mini 4 with split-screen capabilities, the new tablet will need the same specs the second-generation iPad Air 2 featured.

Suggested specs for the purported iPad Mini 4

Earlier this week, there were reports the upcoming budget tablet will be as thin as the iPad Air 2 with a slim-down from 7.5 mm to 6.1 mm. Last year’s iPad Mini 3 release was considered a disappointment with minimal updates, so it would not be surprising if the next iPad Mini received significant improvements.

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Earlier reports predict that the iPad Mini 4 will feature an 8-megapixel rear camera, a faster processor and glare-resistant display. The device may debut next month during Apple’s special Sept. 9 event, but it is more likely Apple will hold a special iPad event in October. In addition to the purported iPad Mini 4, Apple may introduce the iPad Pro, a large tablet measuring 12.9 inches.The latter device will most likely be marketed to businesses.

Apple sees decline in iPad sales

Apple’s iPad has been on a decline over the last eight quarters.  Last month, the tech giant reported an 18% drop year-over-year with 10.9 million units sold during the June quarter. Although Apple CEO Tim Cook claims the company is still committed to the iPad, some wonder if the once-loved tablet can make a successful comeback.

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