It is amazing to see how technology has advanced in the last few decades. In the last few decades, computers went from entire rooms to tiny cell phones. These tips can help you get the most from your iPad.
It’s simple to find out which apps are currently running on your iPad. To see what you have running, just double-click the Home button. The apps will show up on the bar at the bottom of the screen. Tapping on an app in this bar will allow you to easily switch focus to that particular app. When you’re done, swipe the screen downwards to hide the bar.
Does your iPad prompt you to join new wifi networks all the time? By going to settings, you may switch this feature off. You can easily turn this off in the Wi-Fi settings.
Know which apps are running on your iPad. While you work on other things, some apps will continue running on your iPad in the background. Double-click Home to see what’s currently running. You will see them in a bar located at the bottom. When you are finished, swipe down to make the bar disappear.
Did you just launch a noisy app by mistake? Press volume down for a few seconds to mute quickly. If you use mute often, you can set the lock orientation key to act as your mute button.
If you iPad is set to default you will be able to see a few sentences of your email before you read it. It might be desirable to view more before opening the email. Just access your Setting and the select Mail. Got to Mail and choose Contacts. After that choose Calendar and change the options for previewing mail.
Does tapping the bookmark menu take too much time? You can eliminate this annoyance by turning the bookmarks bar on permanently. Go to your Settings, tap on Safari and turn on the bookmark bar.
Would you like to locate your iPad if it is misplaced? Go into your Settings menu and pick iCloud. Type your Apple ID in the space, and look for “Find My iPad” at the bottom of your screen, then turn it on. Then you can visit iCloud.com to find your iPad.
Muting your iPad can come in handy when needed. As you might know, previous iPad versions did not have this capability. All newer iPads now allow you to mute your iPad’s sound. To do a quick mute on your iPad now, press and hold down your volume-down button.
Are you on the Internet nearly all the time? Then take advantage of the iPad’s cloud functions. You can use it to store documents, photos and other information to save on space on your iPad. Put anything that you think is important on your cloud, in addition to keeping it on your tablet.
The iPad is great for music, but are you aware of podcasts? These audio programs last in length from a few minutes to a couple of hours, and are available on a number of topics. If you do not want to listen to music anymore while commuting, try some podcasts. You are sure to find any number of topics that interest you.
Many people are aware of the iTunes store on their iPads, but they don’t always know about all the features. iTunes U is one of the best selections available. There are many educational podcasts and you can learn a lot.
If you want to share pages with others or another device, sync them in iTunes. Sharing the documents you have isn’t that big of a deal anymore because there’s the ability for iTunes to work with any platform. You can add even more ease by emailing documents and downloading them.
iPads come with apps many don’t ever use. That said, they can’t be removed, either. Instead, stick these unused apps into a folder together and move them to a location where they won’t bother you. This will your main page to only have the things you use often.
Are you sick of sore eyes from reading books on the iPad? Simply adjust your screen brightness to address this issue. You can do this in the Settings menu or, more simply, by double-clicking the Home button and swiping to the left to get to the brightness slider.
A dizzying array of technologically advanced devices are now at our fingertips. Choosing the iPad also means you need to continually update your own knowledge. There is much more to learn, so use this article and search for more.