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Apple iOS 8 features 'leaked' ahead of conference.

Some Apple users complained that the new iOS 7 operating system made them feel nauseous.

Apple is reportedly planning to include split-screen multitasking in its forthcoming iOS 8 operating system, as well as high-definition audio playback.
The split-screen multitasking rumour comes from Apple blog 9to5Mac, which cites 'sources with knowledge of the enhancement in development'.
This would allow iPad users to run and interact with two iPad applications side-by-side, much as Microsoft's Surface line of tablets allows users to “snap” applications next to each other on the screen.

It could also allow apps to interact more easily, according to the sources. For example, a user may be able to drag content, such as text, video, or images, from one app to another.
Split-screen multitasking is particularly popular feature among business users, who often need to handle multiple tasks at the same time. The feature has been requested by iPad fans for several years.

Meanwhile, a report by Japanese blog Mac Otakara suggests that Apple will enable high-quality audio files to be played on iOS 8 devices.
Currently, iOS 7's stock Music app cannot play high quality 24-bit audio files that contain a sampling frequency beyond 48 kHz, and even third-party apps that are capable of playing such files are limited to onboard playback at a 16-bit rate.

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