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MUST READ: Hidden Feature in iOS 4.3 for iPad!

In order to get the Multi-Tasking Gestures to work, you’ll need to have a copy of Xcode 4, which you can pick up in the Mac App Store for a mere $4.99 now! (Note: You must have a Mac to download Xcode and be running on the latest version of Snow Leopard). Or, if you’re already a registered developer, go ahead and pick up Xcode 4 as a free update from developer.apple.com

Enabling the gestures is really easy once you have Xcode installed.

 

 

Here’s what you do:

1. Launch Xcode and connect your iPad to your computer. It will appear in the Xcode’s devices list.

2. Click on the “Use for development” button.

3. When it asks you to enter your iOS developer credentials in the dialog box, enter them. Or click cancel if you aren’t a registered developer. (If you hit cancel it will give you an error. Disregard it.)

4. Once the developer mode activation is completed, on your iPad go to Settings —> General and turn on the new multi-gestures.

5. All done. Pretty good way to spend 5 bucks (if you weren’t already a developer) right?

 

Let us know if it worked for you in the comments below.

In order to get the Multi-Tasking Gestures to work, you’ll need to have a copy of Xcode 4, which you can pick up in the Mac App Store for a mere $4.99 now! (Note: You must have a Mac to download Xcode and be running on the latest version of Snow Leopard). Or, if you’re already a registered developer, go ahead and pick up Xcode 4 as a free update from developer.apple.com

Enabling the gestures is really easy once you have Xcode installed.

 

 

Here’s what you do:

1. Launch Xcode and connect your iPad to your computer. It will appear in the Xcode’s devices list.

2. Click on the “Use for development” button.

3. When it asks you to enter your iOS developer credentials in the dialog box, enter them. Or click cancel if you aren’t a registered developer. (If you hit cancel it will give you an error. Disregard it.)

4. Once the developer mode activation is completed, on your iPad go to Settings —> General and turn on the new multi-gestures.

5. All done. Pretty good way to spend 5 bucks (if you weren’t already a developer) right?

 

Let us know if it worked for you in the comments below.

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Oh oh oh, very sneaky Apple…. NOT SNEAKY ENOUGH! I previously knew about this feature because I was running on 4.3 beta 1. I updated to the public version of iOS 4.3 today and realized the option was still there… I did some reasearch and found out that Apple kept the feature in but it isn’t available to everybody. (Note: This works on original iPad as well as iPad 2)

In order to get the Multi-Tasking Gestures to work, you’ll need to have a copy of Xcode 4, which you can pick up in the Mac App Store for a mere $4.99 now! (Note: You must have a Mac to download Xcode and be running on the latest version of Snow Leopard). Or, if you’re already a registered developer, go ahead and pick up Xcode 4 as a free update from developer.apple.com

Enabling the gestures is really easy once you have Xcode installed.

 

 

Here’s what you do:

1. Launch Xcode and connect your iPad to your computer. It will appear in the Xcode’s devices list.

2. Click on the “Use for development” button.

3. When it asks you to enter your iOS developer credentials in the dialog box, enter them. Or click cancel if you aren’t a registered developer. (If you hit cancel it will give you an error. Disregard it.)

4. Once the developer mode activation is completed, on your iPad go to Settings —> General and turn on the new multi-gestures.

5. All done. Pretty good way to spend 5 bucks (if you weren’t already a developer) right?

 

Let us know if it worked for you in the comments below.

Oh oh oh, very sneaky Apple…. NOT SNEAKY ENOUGH! I previously knew about this feature because I was running on 4.3 beta 1. I updated to the public version of iOS 4.3 today and realized the option was still there… I did some reasearch and found out that Apple kept the feature in but it isn’t available to everybody. (Note: This works on original iPad as well as iPad 2)

In order to get the Multi-Tasking Gestures to work, you’ll need to have a copy of Xcode 4, which you can pick up in the Mac App Store for a mere $4.99 now! (Note: You must have a Mac to download Xcode and be running on the latest version of Snow Leopard). Or, if you’re already a registered developer, go ahead and pick up Xcode 4 as a free update from developer.apple.com

Enabling the gestures is really easy once you have Xcode installed.

 

 

Here’s what you do:

1. Launch Xcode and connect your iPad to your computer. It will appear in the Xcode’s devices list.

2. Click on the “Use for development” button.

3. When it asks you to enter your iOS developer credentials in the dialog box, enter them. Or click cancel if you aren’t a registered developer. (If you hit cancel it will give you an error. Disregard it.)

4. Once the developer mode activation is completed, on your iPad go to Settings —> General and turn on the new multi-gestures.

5. All done. Pretty good way to spend 5 bucks (if you weren’t already a developer) right?

 

Let us know if it worked for you in the comments below.