The way technology has developed in recent years is fascinating. Computer have gotten smaller in the home, and portable devices have gotten even smaller and more useful. The iPad is just one of those devices. Read these tips to get the most out of your iPad.
Using your iPad to watch films, play music and play games can significantly shorten the life of the battery. Lowering the brightness of the screen can help keep your battery charge. You can enjoy your iPad without requiring it to be on the brightest setting.
Do you get irritated when your iPad asks if you want to join new Wi-Fi networks? You can go to your settings and disable this feature. Press on Wi-Fi and turn off the last option to discontinue these prompts.
A soft reset is the perfect reboot for a frozen iPad. Simply press down on the home button and the power button at the same time. You’ll see the screen go black and then a white apple will appear. If you simply want to make an app close, depress the home button by itself for several seconds.
Wi-Fi notifications can quickly become irritating, so change them in the settings application. There is a tab you can select to stop your iPad from asking you to join networks. Turn that setting off, and you will finally be rid of the constant notifications.
It is not necessary to tap on the camera icon to view your gallery. Try swiping your finger to the right to see your video or picture. To view other photos you have stores, swipe toward the left side of the screen.
Your iPad is defaulted to show the first two lines of an email in preview. You might want to see more than that. To do this, go to Settings>Mail. Under Mail select Contacts, then Calender to change the Preview mail options for more lines.
Do not use the charger for your iPhone on your iPad if you do not have a lot of time. This is because iPads have higher wattage requirements than iPhones. Charging with the incorrect charger will delay the charge time. Use the proper iPad charger.
The iPad lets you see 2 lines of an email before viewing it in full. It might be desirable to view more before opening the email. Navigate to Settings and select Mail. Next tap on Contacts, then Calendar, and then change the options.
Do you want to get rid of the chime when you receive a new email? There is a way that you can eliminate this noise. Just go to Settings then General. Select the Sounds option from there. This should display all of your sound options, including the ability to mute or damped new email notifications.
When you need to keep multiple pages open at the same time, display each new page as a new tab. While browsing in Safari, hold down the link and a menu will pop up. In that pop-up menu, you may choose to open your new link inside a new tab.
Shortcuts make it far easier for you to send messages. One example is double tapping space to add a period. Doing this means you no longer need to do it manually every time.
Do you not like having Google set as the default search engine? If so, there is a way for you to change this. To change it, you’ll need to open the Settings menu, tap on Safari, and then tap Search Engine. You have the choice of switching the search engine to something more user-friendly if you would like.
Do you not like having Google set as the default search engine? If so, there is a way for you to change this. Access Safari and then Search Engine from the Settings menu. You can use any search engine you like, such as Yahoo or Bing. You don’t have to use Google if you don’t wish.
It’s fairly easy to grab a quick screenshot on your iPad. Simply press and hold the sleep and home buttons simultaneously. The screenshot will be taken, and you can look at it from the photo area of your iPad.
If you are wanting to do a fast copy and paste, simply select and hold the text and tap the Select button. Then press copy, go to another application, then press and hold again. A popup menu appears, from which you should choose ‘paste’. To select full paragraphs, you must tap a total of four times.
From room-sized computers to compact cell phones, and all that came between, we have unending choices with computing today. Choosing the iPad also means you need to continually update your own knowledge. This article is just the beginning of your education, but read on for more information.
The iPad is great for music, but for podcasts too! These audio programs last in length from a few minutes to a couple of hours, and are available on a number of topics. These programs can be a great alternative to listening to music while you commute. You are likely to find a subject that fascinates you.