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Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by scifan57, Sep 13, 2016.
iOS 10 allows you to open two Safari tabs in Split View, if you have a compatible iPad.
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
Is the original iPad Pro compatible, can't see how to use it
Press and hold any link in Safari and you'll get an option to open the link in Split View:
I'm using the 12.7" iPad Pro...
Please note that you must be holding iPad in landscape before this option is available
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.
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.
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
iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4 and iPad Pro are the only devices where you can use Split View.
Yep.. I just updated my Pro and it works OK.