How to use split view on the iPad Pro 2018 | iPad Pro 2018/iOS 12



How to use split view on the iPad Pro 2018 | iPad Pro 2018/iOS 12, shows how the 2018 iPad is capable of split screen or split view. I show how you can view two different apps at the same time using split view and some of the iPad 2018 multitasking features like using split view to browse two separate web pages in Safari.

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19 Replies to “How to use split view on the iPad Pro 2018 | iPad Pro 2018/iOS 12”

  1. sleekitwan

    So, the dock business, step one, bringing it up from the bottom screen edge – simply forces the app that’s currently full-screen, to collapse again down to icon size. Now, I did follow some other, more complex instructions elsewhere, but they didn’t work either. It was a semblance of two items on the screen, but no more. What I want to do, is to drag an MP3 file from one app, into the music playlist, like I would have to normally bumble about with my device attached to a PC to do. I echo others, who note that individual apps, seem to have to be sorted by their specific creators, in order to make this feature work. As Apple continually change how the feature is invoked, they cannot possibly do this. Having two apps up is no real benefit unless I can do stuff like make a copy of a file like MP3 as I say, and I suspect, this would be the LAST thing Apple would allow, because they want itunes to sew up buying of music etc. Think I am on a road to nowhere therefore, even if the feature ever works, actually making use of it, will move forward at a snail’s pace. Ah well, it was a nice selling point to make out that at last the ipad pro really did replace a laptop. I mean Apple never actually claim this, but they let plenty of early reviewers do the heavy lifting on that score for them.

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