Multiple account login and the ability to view two apps side by side no longer belong to the realm of desire, as Apple is reportedly working on some pretty neat software features. Welcome to the era of multitasking made easy with the new iPad.
The upcoming features will be available on a new 12 inch iPad version the company plans to launch this year. Apple has been strategically adopted some important changes for their upcoming device because, as they want to make us invest in tablets again. We will be able to have two different apps running at the same time and side by side and we will be allowed to have two different user accounts on a single device.
It seems that the Apple strategy goes into the sales boost direction, as there has been a lot of bragging lately about the downfall of the tablet. Sales drop constantly because tablet owners have no need whatsoever to upgrade their present features, as the old ones still work at full capacity. The new comers seldom bring novelty in features and capacities, which has been translated in very low sales levels in Apple tablets. There are presently too many tablets and a very insignificant number of buyers interested in owning one.
The new Apple tablet update was initially published in 9to5Mac and according to the data reported there, Apple could detail the new split-screen software feature at its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, next month.
Apple has proved to be tireless when it comes to new releases. A recent piece of news has unveiled another new interesting feature, the HomeKit platform that will be available on iOS 9. The Apple masterminds have been working on an application that is set to control all the electricity sources in the house while closing or opening doors and programming toasters or any other piece of equipment in a domestic residence, which can be wirelessly tied to the HomeKit app.
The future is happening and it makes us able to multitask and to control what happens inside our homes from the tiny screens of our cell phones.
The perspective of humankind looks very pre-programmed, as facts show, with the great technological giants continuously releasing products to keep us tight to our high-end devices. Whether it is a home kit or a split screen feature, everything is new and novelty always appeared as fascinating to humans, before the thought that asked whether all this novelty inflation is either good or bad for our brains or our bodies.
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