Hacker can view a larger version of the iOS 9 keyboard, corroborating rumors of an “iPad Pro” [atualizado 2x]

Hacker can view a larger version of the iOS 9 keyboard, corroborating rumors of an “iPad Pro” [atualizado 2x]

The hacker Steve T-S (@stroughtonsmith) was playing with the iOS 9 files and was able, empirically, to access a larger version of the system's virtual keyboard which would be ideal for an “iPad Pro”.

Apparently, the API UIKeyboard I would already be prepared for an Apple tablet with a size and resolution higher than possibly the 12.9 inches that is so much talked about this new iPad.

Taking advantage of the extra space, Apple added new side keys (like Tab and caps Lock), as well as a new upper row of symbols. All keys are also slightly wider.

THE Split View iOS 9 on this “iPad Pro” will certainly be very cool.

Update · 06/15/2015 s 14:30

Steve also found more references to a possible future Apple TV SDK:

These frameworks they are aimed at iPad and iPhones apps, more specifically to control interfaces and multiplayer games. Hmm

Update II · 06/15/2015 s 17:00

Hiraku Wang, another hacker, continued to investigate:

According to him, the “iPad Pro” should have a screen with 1366 × 1024 dots, that is, 2732 × 2048 pixels in Retina resolution (@ 2x). At 12.93 inches diagonally, this brings us to the same density of 264 pixels per inch as the iPad Air 2.

(via MacRumors)