iOS 9 Makes Multitasking Easy On The Apple iPad

Multitasking is now possible in Apple iPad with iOS 9

Now, iPad users can get more from their devices with the Apple iOS 9. The latest Apple operating system offers multitasking in a whole new way. It allows users to work on different apps simultaneously with the help of a split screen view that is easy to set up. Multitasking is now simple To work in split screen  mode, users first have to open any built-in app that supports this feature and then swipe it from the screen’s right edge to place it on one-third area of the screen. Now, open another app and swipe down from the top of the screen’s right to open an app list. Pick the app and then pull the black dividing bar towards the center of the screen. Adjust the size according to your convenience and work. Split screen in picture-in-picture mode A split screen can also be enabled in picture-in-picture mode. All you [+more]

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iPads And iPhones To Get iOS 9- Find Out About The Exciting New Features

iPads Getting iOS 9

All the iPhone and iPad models will soon get an iOS 9 update. This means that all the users would find a lot of new and exciting features in their devices. Let’s know which models are going to get what features. Except the original iPad model, all others would be compatible with iOS 9. However, not every model will get all the upcoming features because some features require more power than the previous models can offer. iPad Air, iPad mini 2 and iPad mini 3 would have features like Slide Over and Picture in Picture but iPad Air 2 would have an additional feature called Split View. With all these features, it would become a lot easier to carry on important tasks on these tablets. Slide Over is a nice feature which lets you go to another app without dropping the app you are presently working on. You need to just [+more]

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Apple iPad Pro May Come With Handwriting Recognition Device

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Apple has acquired a new patent that will help the iPad Pro to recognize and accept handwriting from users. For the iPad Pro owners, this patent (if it is commercialized), will mean bidding good bye to add-on Bluetooth keyboards. This also signals the arrival of an Apple stylus much like what we now see on the Note series from Korean giant Samsung. Looking Into The Patent As per the Apple patent, devices will be designed to accommodate a new area for handwriting input towards the bottom of the device screen. The scribbled text will then be converted into a digital format that users can see on the screen. This area for handwriting input will also accommodate shortcuts for adding space, return, keying in numbers and addition of punctuations. All these will appear on a narrow bar below the space for handwriting. There is no mention of an exact stylus for [+more]

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How To Update iPhone, iPad From iOS 8 To iOS 8.4

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We finally have official news confirming release of the update iOS 8.4. However, there are diverse ways to get hands on the same. To begin with make sure all your data on iPhone and iPad to iCloud or on a computer. Getting access to the update of the iOS is over the air. Check into Settings and the Select Software Update from under the tab Software Update. You will automatically get a snippet about the changes the same will entail. Check on download and then install tab. Key in the password and accept the terms. Make sure you have ample free device space. Alternatives For  Updating  In case there is not ample space, plug your iPhone into your PC. Launch the iTunes app and click Update tab on the phone. Make sure the entire process occurs while the iPhone is plugged into the computer.  In case there are issues with [+more]

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Apple Will Let You Delete Apps On iOS 9 To Save Up Software Space

Apple launches iPad mini 4

In case you tried to update your iOS 9 to the Beta 2 today, you might have stumbled upon a gem feature on the Beta 1 version.  The latest feature now permits users to delete apps from the operating system, if there is not ample space for newer downloads. The Inner Scoop So in case you are scared of scarce space on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 9, simply delete some apps temporarily. Of course, once the update is over, the system automatically restores the deleted app and ensures that all your data stay put. The Tweaks On iOS 9 The feature is actually a part of few tweaks that iOS 9 will throw our way or at least that is what we gauged from a keynote at WWDC 2015.  Apple will now be able to send out small updates that need less free memory space. Few more features [+more]

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How To Delete Emails Permanently From iPads and iPhones on iOS8

iPads Getting iOS 9

Are you hunting for the easiest and best means to delete your emails permanently from an iPad or an iPhone? Begin by opening Mail app and moving on to Edit. Move down to this list and around the bottom check if you can see the All Trash Option. Make sure this is ticked so that you can access it from your mailbox page. Now, select All Mailboxes or your single inbox before pressing Edit.  The Next Step Press and hold your Move button using a finger before un-checking the email you had just checked. Once you leave holding onto the Move button, the email must be selected to for moving over to another location. Select move to Trash as an option.   Visit the All Trash folder or the Trash folder before choosing Edit followed by Delete All. Keep in mind that deleting emails will take ample time. Wrap Up [+more]

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