Difference between revisions of "Split screen on iPad"

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Also, if you have one of the smaller iPads, the smaller app window may only give you the iPhone version of the app, rather than the full iPad functionality.  
 
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*[https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207582 Use Multitasking on your iPad] – Apple support page
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:32, 6 January 2020

In 2017 Apple introduced the split-screen feature on iPads as part of iOS 11.

This makes multi-tasking easier on the iPad, e.g. dragging links or images from one app to another, whereas before you would have had to copy & paste.

AppleInsider demonstrated this well with a YouTube video.

However, the features are limited on some older iPads (see the comments under the video).

Also, if you have one of the smaller iPads, the smaller app window may only give you the iPhone version of the app, rather than the full iPad functionality.

External links

Credits

Based on advice from Jon Glass on the Mac-Ministry List in February 2018.