ellaimac

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May 15, 2012
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The three finger swipe up would be the same as you do on a Macbook's trackpad on Lion.
The reason for iPad exclusivity is because the iPhone's screen is too small for such. iPhone Multitasking might stay the same.
 

Speedyparker87

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Apr 4, 2010
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What are the apps you imagine it displays? 5 most recently used? Only apps with background tasks running such as music or location? Because multitasking on an iPad and Mac are very different. I just don't see it working on the iPad since you don't leave windows open that you can see in a mission control view.
 
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DipDiveDodge

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May 17, 2012
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If iPhone multitasking stays the same functionality-wise, maybe they could update the look so we get live previews? Just to spice it up a bit... this could show up after double-tapping Home while in an app.
 

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Power Macintosh

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I made a better version than your drawing.
 

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