Apple’s latest mobile operating system would bring a whole new experience to its users and according to the company the latest version which is the iOS 9 will turn your iPad into a split-screen multitasking device and not just that, there are more and other surprises store for everyone as Apple is working to turn iPad to be the new-age PC.
In day to day life apps has become so essential that is why the iPad’s new multitasking features will allow you to be even more productive. While Siri also offers more capabilities with more new proactive suggestions which will help you get things done quickly and easily. The improvements comes from the very foundation of the operating system that truly enhance performance, battery life, and security.
Apple devices such as iPhone 4S and other devices released in 2011 can take advantage of this newly improved platform while the most recent iPad will get the most of the update. The iPad on the other hand gets more attention than any other device as Apple is serious about making the iPad a productivity device, the company is letting the iPad grow more to become even more significant.
Its time to elevate the iPad and not just a bigger iPhone that is why an iPad version of an app, Outlook for instance or Facebook could have a two-pane display and show more information at a given time than its iPhone counterpart. The latest mobile OS, the iOS 9 will significantly change the user experience, like the user can run more than one app simultaneously on the screen of the iPad, the apps will divide the screen equally depending on the user’s preference. iPad Air 2 will support this feature and perhaps all other Apple iPad that will be release in the near future.
The improvements and new features that will be equipped to the iPad will certainly help the device achieved what it should rather than just being the bigger iPhone as Apple is still working to make iPad progressive and make the iPad more useful or even become an alternative to a laptop, the iOS 9 as claimed by Apple will make these possible.