April 12, 2019
You’d be totally out of the loop if you have never heard of a tablet or iPad. If you haven’t gotten one yet, you don’t know what you’re missing. The iPad has something for everyone, from soccer moms to network admins. Read this article to find out some helpful tips.
Streaming, gaming, or music can cause battery life to deplete faster. Lowering the brightness of the screen can help keep your battery charge. You do not always need a very bright screen to use your iPad.
It’s simple to find out which apps are currently running on your iPad. To see what you have running, just double-click the Home button. The apps will show up on the bar at the bottom of the screen. If you tap on a app in the bar, you can quickly switch to it. To make the bar disappear, simply swipe the screen downwards.
VPN networks allow for access to remote servers. The network tab is where you can change anything related to VPN connections. You’ll have to log in and supply the server address. Connect with that network administrator if the server address is something you don’t know.
Do you find the Wi-Fi notifications increasingly annoying? This feature can by turned off by adjusting your iPad settings. Select Wi-Fi and then turn the Ask option off.
There is an easier way to view the video or picture you have just taken besides the film icon in the bottom corner. Simply swipe your finger to the right to see the most recent video or photo. To view photos you’ve taken in the past, continue swiping left.
Change your settings so that you can preview more than two lines of an email in your inbox. Go to Settings/Mail/Preview. Select “5 lines” for example. It will be easier to go through your emails if you can eliminate the unimportant ones right away.
If you have concerns about people accessing the private info on your iPad you can select settings that will delete all of your data after several failed password attempts. This will erase everything on your phone if someone has not figured out the code after 10 tries.
Using shortcuts makes it simpler to send messages. One example is double tapping space to add a period. Thus, you will not have to do it manually, and you will be able to send a greater number of messages.
Are you tired of going through the bookmark icon to visit your favorite sites? Turn the Bookmarks Bar on instead! Go to your Settings screen, click Safari and then go to Always Show Bookmarks and switch this to the On position.
It is easy to get a screenshot of a page displayed on the iPad. Press the Home and Sleep buttons simultaneously. These two buttons will save a screenshot of the devices current display and save it to a directory of your choosing.
The information in this article is designed to help you get the most from your iPad. Use them often, and getting around on your iPad will be a breeze. Come back again and again to make the suggestions part of your knowledge base.…