Do you want to know how to use the Split Screen on Apple iPhone 3G? Split-screen multitasking can be very useful for larger screen mobiles, which enables you to use two applications simultaneously side by side on your iPad or iPhone at the same time. For example, you can use WhatsApp on Top Window and use Google Chrome or safari in the other window to improve productivity. Let’s learn how to enable Split Screen multi-tasking on Apple iPhone 3G in this tutorial.
iOS doesn’t support split-screen multitasking on any of its iPhones. But it’s available on iPad OS. We can install an app to use a split screen for browsing websites on your Apple iPhone 3G.
How To Enable Split Screen On Apple iPhone 3G – Older Devices
1. Go to the Apple App Store on your Apple iPhone 3G device.
2. Then search for “Split Screen Multitasking” on the search bar and hit go. Or install this iPhone Multitasking App using this URL.
3. After installation of the Split Screen app on your Apple iPhone 3G, open it and click on the Split Screen button to start the multi-window experience.
4. Now you can open Twitter.com at the top and Google.com at the bottom. Mostly these Multi-window iOS apps only use web-based multitasking, so they can open websites in a multiscreen window but not native apps.
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5. To resize the Split screen apps, you can click and drag the center line separating the two apps.
6. You can also enable Dark Mode in the Multitasking app as well on your Apple iPhone 3G.
7. That’s it. You can now use multi-window while browsing websites on your iPhones.
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