Your iPad is capable of doing so many different things! When you think you know it all, you certainly don’t. You should be aware of exactly what your iPad can do, such as where you can find apps, and how to use them correctly. So, keep on reading to learn!
Battery life is typically shorter when using heavier applications like movies and games. If you alter the screen brightness, your battery can last longer. You will discover that the brightest settings are rarely necessary.
Accessing the running apps is easy. Double-click on Home, and you’ll see your running apps at the bottom of the screen. Simply tap on the app you want to view. Make this bar disappear by making a downward swipe on your screen.
Remote servers need to be access using a VPN connection. This can be activated from the network tab under settings. The iPad then will ask for your server address and user name. Speak with a member of the network administration team to assist if you cannot do this.
Tablet typing isn’t simple. The iPad also has a button for speech dictation. Hit the home button before tapping on the small microphone. After you finish speaking, push the icon once more to see text.
Apple iPad manuals only come in electronic form. Apple changed to a downloadable version to stay green.
It can be really annoying to have your iPad chime every time you receive an email. You can change this! Just select your Settings button and then General after that. Select the Sounds option from there. Turn off the chime or adjust the volume of it.
Does tapping the bookmark menu take too much time? You can stop this by permanently enabling the bookmark bar. Just click on Settings, then Safari, then turn on Always Show the Bookmarks Bar.
There is a safeguard to losing your iPad in place. In Settings, you will find an option that says iCloud. Enter your Apple ID, and then scroll down to “Find My iPad.” Then activate it. When your iPad disappears, you’ll be able to track it on iCloud.com.
Almost everyone has heard of iTunes, but most people do not realize all the things they can do with it. One such feature is iTunes U. The U stands for university. Educational podcasts are found here on many different topics.
Your new iPad comes preloaded with a lot of apps that you might not wish to use. Unfortunately, some of them cannot be erased. Put the programs you don’t use elsewhere so you can make room for the ones you do use. This frees up space so that you can easily access apps you actually use.
To see every app that is current running, double click the home button. You will then see a bar that has icons for each app that is running. Pressing an icon will allow you to access an app. This will help you to compartmentalize all of your applications.
By turning down the brightness, you increase battery life. This is really important if you expect anything important such as a message or email. To turn down screen brightness, try double-tapping your Home icon and looking for the sun icon.
You should use tabs to facilitate your browsing. You don’t need to leave your current website to just follow a link. Pressing and holding a link will open up a menu with options. This way you can open the new page in a separate tab.
Use your iPad to listen to any music you have in your iTunes library. You do not have to log in to your iTunes account and re-download every last song. Select Home sharing in both your iPad and iTunes account. Next, go to the music app on your iPad and click “More. Then click on Shared. Enjoy your music!
Your iPad will allow you to manage your daily life a lot more efficiently. It’s fun to figure out how to use your iPad both for business and entertainment. You can put together a lot of the technologies that are out there, and you can get started now.