In addition to these new features, iOS 5 also includes features that are available only to iPad users such as Multitasking Gestures that were first introduced in beta version of iOS 4.3 and AirPlay Mirroring for iPad 2.
In iOS 5, iPad users will be able to use the four or five finger multitasking gestures to do the following:
Pinch to the Home screen
Swipe up to reveal multitasking bar
Swipe left or right between apps
This feature can be enabled via the Settings app (Settings –> General)
You can checkout the video that gives a demo of these new multitasking gestures in iOS 5:
Then when it launched iPad 2, one of the new features introduced in Apple’s second generation iPad was video mirroring, which allows users to mirror slides, movies, photos or everything else that they see on the iPad 2 screen to a widescreen TV, video projection screen, or any HDTV compatible display using Apple’s new Digital AV Adapter accessory.
In iOS 5, Apple has combined the convenience of the two features into a killer feature called AirPlay Mirroring (available only on iPad 2), which allows users to wirelessly mirror everything that they see on the iPad 2 screen to an HDTV via Apple TV 2G.
As you can see in the video below, the AirPlay Mirroring feature transforms the iPad 2 (along with Apple TV 2G) into a gaming console:
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