Do you love to play games? Are you a student at this moment in time? Do you work hard? Losing weight? About to have a baby? You probably didn’t know that your iPad can help with all of these things. There is an app for just about anything you can think of, but the iPad isn’t just about apps. In this article, you’ll be introduced to advice which will help you use an iPad to its full potential.
Sometimes you will get a frustrating wifi-network prompt during the day. By going to settings, you may switch this feature off. 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.
Have you ever mistakenly opened a noisy app? Mute the volume quick by pressing and then holding your volume down button. Do this until you can’t hear anything. If you find you are in need of the mute function often, you can configure your iPad’s lock button to work as a full-time mute button.
Watch what apps you have running. You’ll find they quickly build up in numbers. You can easily see the running apps by double clicking the home button. The lower bar will display the currently active apps and some brief information. Swipe downwards to make the bar disappear when you’ve finished.
It is possible to expand the amount of preview text you get for emails. Open the settings app, then choose “mail” on the left side. Next, tap on the “preview” setting. Here, you can alter the preview that you see to 5 lines. Now it is possible to preview more content from each message, making skimming quicker.
Do you feel distracted by seeing the battery charge percent icon on your iPad screen? If you want, you have the power to turn that off. First, you will want to locate the Settings option. From here, click on Usage which is found under the General section. You can quickly turn on or off the battery display.
Do you find it annoying to have to access the bookmarks icon via tapping to navigate to your saved websites? To resolve this problem, set your bookmarks bar to stay on permanently. Access your Safari settings and turn on the option for always showing your bookmarks bar.
Do you hate having to tap the bookmark icon in order to open your bookmarked sites? You should activate the bookmark bar. To turn on, go to the Safari settings and click Show Bookmarks Bar.
If your child will be using your iPad and you don’t want them seeing mature content, you can change your settings so these items become blocked. Go to settings and choose the setting that allows you to control mature content. This setting will allow you to block anything labeled adult.
Your FaceTime phone numbers and emails should be set up. You can add as many emails as you wish. If there are more emails or even phone numbers where you want FaceTime to recognize, you can set them up in the settings area of the iPad.
FaceTime phone numbers and emails should be set up. FaceTime, by default, will use the email address that was used when registering your iPad. If you have other email accounts associated with FaceTime, change the information in the Settings.
Many people know their iPads have an iTune store, but are not aware of all its features. An interesting one is iTunes U (which is used for universities). It houses many educational podcasts on any topic you could possibly imagine.
Onine forums can be great if you have difficulty operating your iPad. The Internet is full of websites where people share their knowledge of the iPad. Introduce yourself and search through the forums to see if you can find things that you didn’t know about before.
If you’re having issues figuring out how to use your iPad, sign up to an online forum. Many sites are devoted to the discussion of iPads, and using them can be of tremendous help. Introduce yourself and check out the forum archives for an amazing amount of useful information that will fast-track your iPad abilities.
Do you want to mute your iPad’s sound or lock your tablet’s orientation? You do this by using the lock key. Remember that earlier versions of the iPad did not offer this capability. However, if you have iOS 4.3 or better, you can do so. You may mute your iPad by holding the – volume button down.
Turn down the brightness for extended battery life. This is very beneficial if you’re out and about and expecting a vital message or email. You can decrease the brightness by double tapping the Home button and looking for the sun icon.
Brightness can be altered depending on where you are. The normal screen brightness can be lowered if you double click the Home button and then swipe the brightness setting. There, you can select options to match the brightness to the ambient light in your environment.
Security is key to iPad safety. You have no idea when or where you might misplace your iPad or get separated from it, and it has a lot of personal information on it.
While you may not think it is necessary, it is always smart to put a security feature on your iPad. You have no idea when or where you might misplace your iPad or get separated from it, and it has a lot of personal information on it.
This article has given you a knowledge base which you can continue to expand. Your iPad will always accompany you and will help you keep track of everything from your growing baby to the weather report. You will discover that this device can literally do it all, which will allow you to get rid of your useless gadgets.