Nothing Apple has done in the last three years has reversed the iPad’s sales decline, or stopped it, or even really slowed it down all that much.
But 2017 has made clear that if the iPad keeps falling, it won’t be for lack of trying.
On the software side, you’ve got iOS 11, an update that makes iOS 9’s multitasking additions look rudimentary and quaint.
It adds a distinctly Mac-like application dock and dramatically changes how the device runs and interacts with multiple apps at the same time.
The changes allow for much-improved “window” and file management, and you can easily drag-and-drop content between apps.
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