We’ve looked at some of the equipment we should carry and learned everything we need to type effectively on an iPad Pro. Now we’re going to take a look at the built-in multi-tasking features in the Apple tablet.
Welcome to the third episode in the multi-part guide to help you use an iPad Pro instead of a notebook.
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- Part One: iPad Equipment
- Part Two: Keyboard, Typing, Shortcuts, and Dictation tips
- Part Three: How to multitask on iPad Pro
- Part Four: How to use Apple’s Files app and tags
Apple has been working hard to develop multitasking on iPad Pro. Features such as Slide Out and Split View help you work within multiple apps, while the Most Recent apps included to the right of the Dock helps to make sure the software you need to use is easily available to you.
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