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  • Apple's Upcoming iPad Mini 4 Reported to Have Full Split-View App Support

    There have been rumors circulating the web claiming Apple will be unveiling the iPad mini 4 this year and possibly even during next month’s new iPhone reveal (even though we think it is unlikely they will combine the two). Now new reports are saying the tablet is likely to get full split-view app support in iOS 9 when the devices launches.

    What this means is that users will be allowed to use two iPad apps simultaneously, side-by-side on the iPad mini 4. Currently, only the iPad Air 2 has this function due to older iPad models having processor limitations. Apparently files in OS X El Capitan (discovered by developer Hamza Sood) showed that the upcoming mini tablet will have internal specs on par with the iPad Air 2.

    Another big piece of information circulating the web is that the iPad mini 4 will have a much thinner shell compared to before, making it even more similar to the iPad Air 2. And because reports are saying there will be added full split-screen support, the iPad mini 4 will have to sport a faster processor under the hood.

    We’re not sure how accurate these bits and pieces of information are, but we will update you guys when we receive new information. Remember not to rely solely on these rumors, as we won’t know the real deal until Apple officially announces it.

    Source: 9to5Mac
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple's Upcoming iPad Mini 4 Reported to Have Full Split-View App Support started by Akshay Masand View original post