In just a short amount of time, the iPad has become a favorite tool for many people. It is compact, which means you can carry it with you everywhere. You can pretty much use it for anything under the sun. Its features are pretty much limitless. Keep reading to understand ways to optimize your device.
Did you know that you can create folders on your iPad? To create a folder, move an app and put it on top one. As a result of this, you will be prompted to create a folder to store and categorize both apps. You can also rename the folder easily.
It’s simple to find out which apps are currently running on your iPad. If you double-click on the Home button, it will show you all running apps in a bar on the bottom of your screen. If you tap on a app in the bar, you can quickly switch to it. Swipe downward on the screen to make the bar disappear.
Change the settings in your inbox so you’re able to see more than a couple of lines in an email. Go to Settings, Mail and find Preview. Changes this setting to display up to five lines. This ensures you know what your emails say.
If you want to keep current pages open, just open new ones in a different tab. While browsing in Safari, hold down the link and a menu will pop up. This pop-up menu provides you with the opportunity to use a new tab to open an additional link.
If you do not have a lot of time, you should never charge your iPad with your iPhone charger. The iPad has a totally different wattage than the iPhone (10 watts compared to 5 watts). It’ll take a long time for an iPhone charger to totally charge an iPad. You need to always use your iPad charger to charge it.
Do you wish it were easier to access your Internet bookmarks? You should activate the bookmark bar. Go to your Settings, tap on Safari and turn on the bookmark bar.
You can mute your sound quickly on your iPad. The original iPad did not have a simple mute button. As of iOS 4.3, there was a choice of having the lock switch lock the orientation of the iPad or mute the sound. To perform a fast mute, all that you need to do is press and hold the volume-down button.
The iPad comes preloaded with many apps you’ll likely never use. However, it’s hard to delete some of these. Put the programs you don’t use elsewhere so you can make room for the ones you do use. This will allow you to focus on what you do use much more.
Open pages in new tabs in order to keep several open at the same time. In Safari, tap and hold that link until a menu pops up. This menu gives you the option that will allow you to open a new link.
Differing environments mean variable need for brightness settings, which is exactly why Apple gives you the controls to adjust things. You can dim your screen by pushing on the Home button two times and then swiping. This lets you adjust your brightness for your surroundings.
Get all of your iPad notifications under control. If tons of applications are on your device, you probably deal with lots of notifications. You can manage this by navigating to Settings and then Notifications. You can save your iPad battery by deciding to turn off certain app alerts, while allowing alerts from others. You can customize which alerts you will be shown using this feature, as well as how often alerts are shown.
The number of things that you can do with an iPad are endless. Everyone can use this device. If there’s one in your home, learn all you can about its use, potential, and care. You might just be shocked about how many advantages this piece of technology offers you.
If you’re constantly online, don’t overlook the iPad’s cloud function. You can store your files on this server without taking too much space on your iPad. Store your content on the device and iCloud if it is very important to you.