iOS 8's Rumored Split-Screen Multitasking Feature for iPad Not Ready for WWDC Reveal

iOS 8's Rumored Split-Screen Multitasking Feature for iPad Not Ready for WWDC Reveal

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It was rumored that iOS 8 would bring split-screen multitasking to the iPad, but it seems that the feature is not ready for preview at next week's WWDC keynote. Sources tell Brian Chen of the New York Times that while the feature is coming to iOS 8, we will not see it in the initial beta builds.

I've been told that the split-screen feature for iOS 8 isn't ready yet and won't be shown at WWDC. Still a work in progress.

Split-screen multitasking would let iPad users run two apps at the simultaneously, side by side in landscape mode -- a feature that Microsoft often criticizes the iPad for lacking. Sources also claim that the feature is designed to allow for apps to interact with each other. For instance, a user can drag content (text, video, images) from one app to another.

It is reported that the multitasking feature will be limited to the iPad Air at launch, although it is unclear when iPad Mini would get the same feature. Apple is again rushing to release iOS 8, so some other major features might have to wait until 8.1.

Ass Apple - June 1, 2014 at 4:44pm
That's what apple stands for, copy,copy,copy
Ass samsung - June 1, 2014 at 4:46pm
This is how samsung lives, gimmick gimmick, and gimmick
Samshit - June 1, 2014 at 4:48pm
Then explain where did the fingerprint scanner and 64 bit feature come from when s5 got it?
Krapatis - May 30, 2014 at 12:07pm
BWHARHARHAR another gimmick that doesn't learn strategies.
MaC OsX - May 30, 2014 at 10:36am
Microsoft should claim patent coping rights against Apple.
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