The upcoming iPad mini 4 will be tough sufficient to support the Split View multitasking function in iOS 9. 9to5Mac points
to a useful resource file found out through developer Hamza Sood in OS X El Capitan that depicts an iPad mini with apps operating aspect-via-aspect.
By method of the developer Hamza Sood, it's been found out that the iPad mini 4 will most probably get full split-view app support inside of iOS 9 while it launches later this yr. The speculation used to be made by means of a useful resource file found inside of OS X El Capitan’s Safari 9, and presentations an glaring support for split-view in apps on an iPad mini. While the iPad mini 3 can be utilized for checking out those split-view apps, it’s no mystery that the iPad mini 3 does now not formally support full split-view apps — one thing that’s reserved for the iPad Air 2 inside of this present lineup of iPad fashions.
That would appear to signify that Apple is making ready to provide full split-view app support in the iPad mini 4. Indeed, one rumors that has cropped up in regards to the upcoming tablet is that it will support a faster processor underneath the hood, which might really well be a model of the A8 chip found inside the present iPad Air 2.
While not anything is definitive at this aspect, it's a just right signal that the iPad mini 4 gets this support while it launches later this yr. If that may be certainly the case, may you go for the brand new iPad mini over a new iPad Air?