As we covered on Tuesday, Apple unveiled two new additions to its iPad lineup. The new fifth-generation iPad Air features a completely newdesign and the second-generation iPad mini finally includes a high-resolution Retina display. Both new tablets bring plenty to the table and Apple’s iPad and iPad mini are each widely believed to be the top-selling tablets in their respective categories by a pretty substantial margin. But they’re far from perfect and there is one important feature in particular that Apple’s new iPads are sorely missing. There are plenty of features that Apple can add to par desktop operating systems. One of the most important of all that Apple should have added to its new lineup of iPads is MULTIPLE ACCOUNT SUPPORT. Other vendors like Google have this feature which is proven much useful.
And where iPads are concerned, the eventual arrival of Touch ID would make multiple account support even better.
Imagine instantly loading your own home screens, apps and data by simply touching your finger to the iPad’s home button. Then, your wife, husband, father, mother, son or daughter can load their profiles with a simple touch to the home button and everyone’s apps and data remain protected. Such functionality could indeed allow the iPad to potentially replace a PC purchase in many cases, and families that weren’t willing to spend the money on a new iPad before might reconsider if the pricey purchase could be shared by everyone.