The first time the iPad was launched it created a lot of fuss around itself. Even if tablets were not completely new to the world of tech, especially if you were to take into account the tablet released in the 2000s by one of the historic rivals of the Cupertino based giant, Microsoft, the iPad was a hit to the common public. The consumers were fascinated by the idea of having a high tech gadget perfectly designed for the activities of journalists, bloggers and politicians. One of the main aspects which contributed to the early success of the iPad was its concurrence with the rise of the social media which has known a boom around the year 2010. However, the series of iPads does not represent the biggest names on the list of the Apple hits without any doubts. The upcoming iPad, the first one to be released under Tim Cook as the chief executive officer of the Silicon Valley tech giant is reckoned as a new hope for the coming back of the Apple tablet to the mainstream of popularity. So Apple will change the way you use an iPad, in order to make it more appealing to the public.
First of all, the developers at Apple Inc. intend to make the iPhone wider from the point of view of the screen, enlarging it to 12 inches. A split screen mode for the upcoming iPad is also featured on the list of new features intended for the comeback of the Apple tablet. The split screen mode has the capability of running two different applications at the same time.
Even if the Cupertino based tech giant Apple Inc. has not yet officially announced the 12 inches sized tablet, most of the analysts in the field, who have shown interest to the matter of the upcoming iPad have estimated that the new mobile gadget will eventually be presented within the Worldwide Developer’s Conference of Apple, which will happen next month.
According to recent info, it looks like the split screen feature will allow the screen of the iPad to be divided into 2 or 3 parts. This will without doubts contribute to the multi tasking experience on the Apple tablets. So the users will no longer need to use only one app a time, but they will be offered the service of surfing the web and also writing an e-mail at the same time.
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