Learn how to work with up to three apps simultaneously on an iPad running iOS 12.
- [Instructor] With iOS 12,…Apple has brought multitasking to iPads…that previously were unable to run two apps simultaneously.…And now if you have an iPad model…with at least two gigabytes of RAM,…you can even work with three apps at the same time.…If you're not sure if you have an iPad…with at least two gigabytes of RAM,…it's easy enough to check…if you can run multiple apps at once.…Start by opening the first app.…For example, I'll open up Pages.…Then I'll swipe up slightly from the bottom of the screen…to bring up the doc.…I'll grab the Safari icon…and drag it to the right side of the screen…to invoke Split View.…
And I can center the border between them…so they're evenly distributed on the screen.…I'll bring up the doc again,…and this time I'll grab the Notes icon…and drag it up to invoke Slide Over view.…Now as in earlier versions of iOS,…whatever app is in the Slider Over view…will hide itself if you tap in one of the other apps.…But you can easily bring it back…by swiping over from the right side of the screen again.…
- Explain how to set the Instant Tune to prevent notifications from popping up.
- Recognize the purpose of the bedtime switch.
- Recall the feature that deactivates the lightning port to protect data from thieves.
- Explain how to add a participant to a FaceTime call.
- Identify the app that allows users to record a video while wearing a 3D Animoji mask?
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 11/21/2018. What changed?
A: A new video was added that covers using the new Group FaceTime calling feature.