iPad can be great fun for people of all ages. The trick is learning how to use it to its full potential. If you take the time to learn the following tips, you will be able to enjoy it like it is meant to be enjoyed. Keep reading to learn more.
When you are looking into purchasing an iPad you need to consider a few things to get the best price possible. If you want to use the iPad outside of your home or office, then you will want to purchase the more expensive version that includes 3G as well as WIFI.
Some newer iPads have a mute button instead of a lock orientation one. If you prefer the lock orientation feature, you should go into your settings and tap on the general section. You will be able to choose which function you want to associate with this button. Save your changes when you are done.
iPad Apps can be Addictive
Those iPad apps can be addictive, so keep a tally of how many you purchase. Sometimes, apps can cost a lot, especially if you purchase a lot of them. Keep to a budget to ensure you don’t overspend.
If you are getting irritated by the amount of times that you are being asked to join Wi-Fi networks, go into your settings and change it. Opt out of the Ask To Join setting. Change this setting, and you’ll no longer be asked to join random Wi-Fi networks.
It is possible to expand the amount of preview text you get for emails. Go to Settings, Mail, and Preview. Adjust this to show 5 lines. You are now able to read more of one email in the inbox, and you can skim over them more effectively.
Do you like to email your iPad pictures to friends and family? There is a really simple way to do this. Just pick the photo you want to share, then press the arrow button in the top right corner. You will see a selection there that you can use to email the photo.
Struggling With The Battery Life
If you are struggling with the battery life of your iPad, don’t fret. First, you should be sure to close any programs that you aren’t using. Also, keep your brightness at a low but comfortable level whenever possible. Finally, be sure to turn off any music programs when you aren’t using them.
Use Folders. You can now put folders on your iPad. Simply press down on one icon until it begins to jiggle, and then place it “on top” of another icon. You will then create a folder that includes both of those icons. This can be a quick way to organize all of the things you have on your iPad.
More Than Four Items in The Dock
Most people do not know that you are allowed to add more than four items to the dock on an iPad. You are allowed to hold up to six at a time. To add something to the dock, press and hold the icon until it shakes, then drag it into the dock.
Do your eyes get tired when you read books on your iPad? Remedy this by adjusting the brightness level of the screen. You can change the level of brightness in Settings, or you can simply do it within the iBooks application with the slider.
Battery Power Must be Saved
There are times when battery power must be saved, and a quick way to do this is to shut down all running apps. Double press the home (square) button and you’ll see a row of apps appear at the bottom of the screen. Press the red minus circle to remove those you’re not using and save battery power.
The Spotlight search feature searches everything you have, including the songs on you iPod, apps, events and podcasts. If you want to restrict what it searches, you can go to Settings, then General and then Spotlight Search. Here, you can pick which categories you do want it to search and which you don’t.
While you may be tempted to hack your device to add extra applications to it, you should really think twice. The official store has thousands of legit applications, and once you unlock your device you may lose support from the official Apple store. Think carefully about doing something like this!
iPad Seem to be Slowing Down
Does your iPad seem to be slowing down when loading up apps? Have you deleted files and data that you no longer need, but your machine is still slow? If so, then transfer some of your pictures and media to the cloud so that you can have even more free space. The extra free space that you gain should help you to regain the speed that your iPad once had.
Do you find yourself using the same phrases over and over? If so, there is an easy way to create shortcuts for your most common phrases. Go to the Keyboard Settings of your iPad and click Add New Shortcut. Type your common phrase in the field named Phrase; then, simply add a shorthand version in the field named Shortcut. For example, if you use the sentence: How are you doing today? Type it in the box and use a shortcut such as haydt. Every time you type “haydt” the iPad will know to type out the complete sentence.
iPad is a Great Resource for Almost any Kind of Need
An iPad is a great resource for almost any kind of need. If you are a photographer, there are lots of applications that help you modify pictures on an amateur or even small-scale professional level. Additionally, you can use these same applications to share your pictures with others through social media.
Invest money into Bluetooth’s audio if you are worried about having a volume that is super loud. The speakers on an iPad are not that great, and it would not be practical to try attaching speakers to it. A Bluetooth will allow you to set up some wireless speakers to work with it.
Now, you should have a better understanding of what all your iPad can do. There are an unlimited number of things that your iPad is capable of doing if you learn how to make it do them. Keep tinkering with it until you learn about all of the great tricks your iPad can do.