Almost everyone is familiar with tablets, specifically iPads. When you don’t own one yourself, you should feel jealous! There are a multitude of excellent features on the iPad, regardless of what you will be using it for. Learn more about some lesser known things you can do with the iPad.
Be aware that your battery may be short-lived if you make use of your iPad for listening to music, playing games or streaming movies. One of the ways you can extend the time your battery retains its charge is by adjusting the brightness of your screen. You are likely to discover that maximum brightness settings are unnecessary for effectively using your iPad.
The iOS on the iPad now supports folders. Start by tapping and holding your finger on the app you desire. It will begin to jiggle. Then you can drag it onto another icon and release it. As a result of this, you will be prompted to create a folder to store and categorize both apps. If you would like to name the folder yourself, that can be done as well.
It is easy to get to all the apps that are currently running on your iPad. Double-click on Home, and you’ll see your running apps at the bottom of the screen. You can scroll through the applications or choose one of them. Just swipe your finger down to get rid of the bar.
Keep up with your spending on apps. Because your credit card is on file with the iTunes store, it is not hard to go overboard buying apps and then get a nasty credit card statement shock. Be aware of what you are doing when buying apps. Keep track.
Do you know what to do when your iPad freezes? It can be rebooted by using a soft reset. You can do this by holding down the power button, while at the same time pressing the home button. Hold both down for a few seconds. The device will restart. To close an application, click the home button and hold it.
When you stay with iPad’s default settings, you will see the first two lines of every email prior to making your selection. In some cases, you may want to see more before you open it. Head to “settings” and hit “mail.” After you go to “mail”, choose “contacts” and “calendar” in order to see additional lines of text before opening your messages.
What happens if your iPad is stolen or lost? Simply visit Settings and then iCloud. Add your unique Apple ID and select “Find My iPad” at the screen’s bottom. If you ever have the misfortune of losing the iPad, then hop onto iCloud.com.
If you ever need to mute the sound on an iPad, you should try this tip. All you need to do is press and hold volume down for a couple of seconds. This is easier than having to keep readjusting the volume. If you want to readjust it, press it down once more.
Take advantage of the best of the iPad by using the suggestions you read above. Use them often, and you’ll have a better time with your iPad. Bookmark this article so that you can return to it again, in case these tips become a bit fuzzy down the road!