Apple claims that the iPad Pro is a productivity powerhouse. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro tablet was released first and the 9.7-inch model came later as its successor. Users hoped that Apple will be adding some iPad-only features in iOS 10 that will solve some of the issues in iPad Pro device, and the expectation was right. iPad got new features like redesigned Message app, smarter Photos, as well as new lock screen with more notifications.
It is rumored that Apple will be adding more features and functionalities to iPad devices in the future beta releases, as some of the beta software work is in progress. Apple listens to the feedbacks from its users and developers, and makes necessary tweaks to the iOS. Three of the main features in iOS 10 that the iPad users need to know are discussed below.
Many users earlier complained that not many of the apps in iPads make good use of the huge display. To solve that, iOS 10 has introduced a three-pane interface to Notes and Mail on the 12.9 inch version of iPad Pro.
To make use of this feature you need to change your iPad Pro from portrait to landscape mode, and then tap on the new multi-pane icon located on the top left of the screen. However, remember that you can see this new icon only in Notes and Mail, in 12.9-inch version of iPad Pro.
Split View in Safari
Now iPad Pro users can open a few web browser windows at once to compare any article on the internet they want, without the need to toggle between tabs. The iPad Split View for Safari feature in iOS 10 will let users do that.
Users need to press and hold the tab that needs to be put in its own window and then drag it to the right or left side of the screen. Doing this will make the original window shrink and a grey space will appear near it. The selected tab can then be dropped to the grey space and it will expand to fill half of the screen.
Split View in Music App
The Split View feature of the Music app will be much useful to the music lovers out there. The feature will be useful when you are searching for new tunes in the Music app, while reading reviews or articles on Safari.