iOS 10 Features

Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by scifan57, Sep 13, 2016.

  1. scifan57

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    iOS 10 allows you to open two Safari tabs in Split View, if you have a compatible iPad.
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    Looks cool Scifan... - I'm waiting a few days before doing the upgrades to our 3 iDevices - no hurry and want the load off the Apple servers - Dave :)
     
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    Is the original iPad Pro compatible, can't see how to use it
     
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    Press and hold any link in Safari and you'll get an option to open the link in Split View:

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    I'm using the 12.7" iPad Pro...

    Marilyn
     
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    Please note that you must be holding iPad in landscape before this option is available
     
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    You can also get to it by pressing and holding the overlapping pages icon at the top right of a page. Once split view is open, you can drag any tab from the left side over to the right side to open it in split view.
     
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    Out of interest, this doesn't work on my updated Air 1 I don't get the 'Split view' option.

    I haven't updated the Pro 9.7 yet, but since it works for scifan57, I imagine it will work for me too when I update.
     
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    Last night, I upgraded my iPad Air 2 OTA w/o a problem - 'split view' works fine for me - thanks for the comments from Marilyn & Scifan.. - will do my wife's iPad Mini (one of the new retina ones) tonight and then her iPhone 6 the next night - THEN, macOS Sierra will be appearing - 3 more machines for me! Dave :)
     
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    iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4 and iPad Pro are the only devices where you can use Split View.
     
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    Yep.. I just updated my Pro and it works OK.
     

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