You can use your iPad in so many different ways. With a bluetooth keyboard, you can create Word documents. If you add a joystick, it becomes a gaming system. The right app can help you perform video conferences. Use the following advice to get everything you need from your iPad.
You can get to all of your active apps easily on your iPad. Double-clicking on your Home button will show all the running apps in the bar at your screen’s bottom. To switch between apps, just tap the one you want to access. To remove the bar, swipe your screen downwards.
Monitor how much you spend on iPad apps. It is so simple to use your iTunes application that you can rack up a huge bill without realizing it. Hence, you should set a limit on how much to spend on them.
Did you unintentionally open an application that makes a lot of noise? To quickly mute the iPad’s volume, just hold down the volume button. Alternately, you could configure the button labeled LOCK ORIENTATION to use instead of the mute button.
It isn’t necessary to click the camera in the bottom to see the picture. Rather, you can swipe with one finger toward the right, and there is your video or picture! To view previous photos you have taken, just keep swiping to the left.
You can change your email settings to preview more of your email. Go to Settings, Mail, and Preview. Adjust this to show 5 lines. This allows you to tailor how much you’ll see in the Mail app and lets you skim through your mail more efficiently.
If you do not have much time, do not use your iPhone’s charger to charge your iPad. The two devices both operate at different wattages – the iPhone at 5 watts and the iPad at 10 watts. And their chargers follow suit. If you charge the iPad with an iPhone charger, it can take double the amount of time to charge. Instead, just use the charger that came with the iPad.
Download the manual onto your iPad if you need it. Apple wants to be as minimalistic as possible and wants you to get one off the Internet instead of shipping them with their products.
It is possible to shift away from using Google as the search engine, from which the iPad defaults. In the settings app, navigate to Safari > Search Engine. You can use alternatives like Bing or Yahoo instead of Google.
Hate having to tap the Bookmarks icon whenever you are wanting to visit your go-to sites? Simply enable your bookmarks bar on a permanent basis to keep your favorite websites a click away. Access your Safari settings and turn on the option for always showing your bookmarks bar.
From homework to videoconferencing, the iPad does it all. You will be more comfortable with your iPad once you know about all its different features. Enjoy these tips and your iPad.
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