One of the best devices made is the iPad. It allows you to sing along, type, record yourself, draw, and even more. Unfortunately though, you can’t really max out its usefulness unless you have some basic knowledge about it. Read on to find some helpful hints for iPad owners who just want more from their tablet.
Have you ever mistakenly opened a noisy app? The volume can quickly be muted by holding down the decrease volume button. You can also set another button to do this in the Settings menu.
You need to be aware of how to properly take care of your iPad. One crucial tip is to never leave your iPad in a place that could cause it to succumb to extreme weather conditions. Your battery will slowly start to hold less of a charge if it gets hot too much. Also, make sure that you do not put it any place where it will come in contact with liquids. Use a covering to prevent liquid from getting into your iPad.
If you find yourself in a situation where you must mute sound on your iPad, try this trick. Hold the volume down button during a few seconds. This is a lot quicker than going through the settings. If you want the volume to revert back to the original level, just hold down the button again.
You probably already use your iPad for music, but have you used it for podcasts? Podcasts are radio programs that may last only a few minutes or could run several hours, and they cover all kinds of subjects. These programs can be a great alternative to listening to music while you commute. You are sure to find something that peaks your interest.
Copy and pasting is another great feature that the iPad offers. Tap the text you wish to copy, hold, then choose select to select the words you are interested in copying. Tap once again, and you’ll see that the text is highlighted. Choose copy after this. You can paste, then, by pressing, then holding, and choosing “paste”.
Adjust your brightness to save battery life. With auto brightness enabled your iPad automatically adjusts screen lighting depending on the lighting available in whatever room you’re in. The iPad’s backlight gobbles up battery, so this function can easily extend the amount of time that you can use the iPad before charging it. Find the setting under “Brightness & Wallpaper” in the settings area.
The iPad has preloaded apps you might never use. Sadly, many can’t be deleted. If you find that there are several built-in apps that you aren’t using, create a folder to contain them. This will leave your home screen available for apps that you actually use regularly.
The iPad should now seem like it’s more useful since you’ve learned a few things about it here. You can even share this advice with other iPad owners you know. The more informed you are, the easier it will be to help out others so everyone benefits.
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