iOS 11 came with the multitasking solution that iPad Pro users have been looking for. The update introduces a better, efficient and effective multi-tasking system. You will enjoy the split screen on your iPad Pro way better than any other device. In this brief yet a comprehensive article, we are going to explain how you can use the multitasking feature in the recently released Apple operating system update iOS 11. 

The new multitasking feature system starts with a swipe up from the bottom of the screen. You will see the control center and here is where you will be able to use the split screen option. The new dock is better and spacious, it can hold up to 15 apps. This will make it easy for you to access up to 15 apps within split seconds.

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Floating side over in multitasking feature:

The new floating side view will appear on top of the app that you will be using.

Step 1: The first thing that you need to know is that you have to swipe up from the bottom of the screen.

Step 2: Once the control center is open, you need to tap on the app icon that you want to open. Hold on to it and then bring it to the middle of the screen and let go of your finger.

Step 3: You will see the app up in the narrow floating window, tap and grab it. Then move it to the left edge to dock it there.

Step 4: To remove the app, again grab the edge and flick it towards the right side. Remember flicking it towards the left side is not going to work.

Step 5: To get the app back, again swipe from the right edge of the screen.

Engaging in the New Split View

Bring the dock forward as mentioned above, tap on an app icon and drag it either to the left side or the right side of the screen. To drop the app, let go of your finger.

Changing the Layout

The two apps are separated by a black line. You can use this line to increase or decrease the length of an app. To invert the apps from left to right, swipe the handle located at the top right corner towards the left side.

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