Your iPad is helpful, but maybe you haven’t tapped into how helpful it can be. The only thing standing in your way is the right information, as your iPad is a great resource. Read on to understand the best ways to make good use of your iPad every day.
Did you know that you can create folders on your iPad? Start by putting your finger on the app. As it starts jiggling, you drag the app over another icon and then let go. When you do that, it creates a folder containing the two apps and labels them with an appropriate category. You can then rename this folder if you like.
It is easy to get to all the apps that are currently running on your iPad. Double clicking on your Home button will bring up a bar along the bottom of the screen displaying all of your currently running apps. If you tap on a app in the bar, you can quickly switch to it. To remove the bar, swipe your screen downwards.
Do you get perturbed when your iPad wants you to go on the WiFi available? You can go to your settings and disable this feature. Just go to the tab for Wi-Fi, and there is an option to turn off the prompt. It is the final option on that page.
The email app will show you the first two lines of an email’s text unless you change this setting. It can help to see more content before opening it. To change this, navigate to the mail tab of the settings menu. When you go to mail, pick contacts and then your calendar to get your preview mail options changed.
Shortcuts are a simple way to get out messages. For instance, a period and space are added when you tap the space bar two times while typing a sentence. Doing this means you no longer need to do it manually every time.
You need to be aware of how to properly take care of your iPad. First of all, keep your iPad out of direct sunlight and don’t leave it locked inside your hot car. The heat will hurt your battery life. Also, keep your iPad away from liquids. You should also get a quality padded cover to protect your iPad from shocks and dust.
Are you worried about possibly losing your iPad? Simply open Settings, then iCloud. There, place in your ID. Look then to the bottom area of the page to turn on “Find My iPad.” If you ever have the misfortune of losing the iPad, then hop onto iCloud.com.
Taking screenshots on an iPad is a cinch. Simply press and hold the sleep and home buttons simultaneously. This will take a screenshot and save it with your other pictures.
Are you concerned about where the hyperlinks will take you when browsing the web? There’s a way to see the link’s URL. All you have to do is to touch and keep your finger on the word. This will show you the URL that the word links to.
Turning on auto brightness can extend battery life. This feature senses the ambient light in the room and adjusts the backlight to suit your surroundings. This saves a great deal of battery life and extends the length of time you can use your iPad before needing to recharge its battery. This setting can be located in the section labeled “Brightness & Wallpaper”.
When you’re snapping photographs, you may want to hold your iPad by its sides. Sadly, this leads to blurry photos. Use the orientation lock. This will keep the shutter button within easy reach of your thumb. You can edit your image or videos after recording them.
When you use your iPad to read books, do your eyes tire easily? Reduce the brightness to ease the strain on your eyes. You can go to Settings to lower the brightness, or you can simply go to the eBook app and use the brightness slider.
Swiping doesn’t work in the Calendar app. Instead, you need to utilize the iPad’s navigation bar, which is situated near the bottom of your screen. Today’s date will be colored blue and easily recognizable.
Have you ever tried hooking your iPad up to your television screen? It really isn’t that hard. If you wish to do this you will need to purchase a separate adapter. You can either get a VGA adapter or a digital AV adapter from an Apple store. Either of these will do the job.
Have you ever needed to take a snapshot of the screen? It is easier than you think. Press Home followed by the sleep/wake button. A brief flash will go off, and that’s your screenshot! All screen shots are automatically saved, so you don’t have to worry about saving them afterwards.
Having completed reading this article, you now have a sound basis for daily iPad use. It is a great things to use, it is easy to use, and it is powerful. When you are using your iPad again, remember these tips.