Apple is dividing up and adding to its tablet operating system with more workplace-ready features in iOS 9, according to the latest rumors.
Diving the 9.7-inch iPad Air 2 screen, for example, would give users the ability to work in more than one active window for true multitasking capabilities.
Split-screen modes would include 1/2, 1/3 and 2/3 views in an effort to rival Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and Samsung tablets that have been doing screen-splicing all along.
12-inch iPad, more users
Down the line, the long-rumored iPad Pro may make the best use of split-screen and add additional enterprise features.
Multiple user logins, for example, would give businesses and work groups more incentive to buy a 12.9-inch tablet or use it as a cash register.
Like on a Mac, these individual profiles would reportedly split off apps, documents, and media so that everything is stored safely in its own partition.
Codenamed "J98″ and "J99" for the Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular versions, the iPad Pro may also get its first official Apple-made stylus.
Steve Jobs had been vehemently against creating a "slow" stylus for Apple devices, but a new patent filing wholeheartedly hints at such an input method.