An iPad come with the great cache as they are technology we’ve never had before. Being able to carry around a computer in your bag is amazing! You can surf the web, take photos, anything you wish, but only if you know how. Read on to learn from experts who provide their secrets to you.
Be careful about the apps that you choose to download. Some apps can be very bad for your iPad’s operating system and others will drain your battery at a ridiculously high rate. You can check reviews for an app before you download it right in the screen in which you would access to download it.
The latest operating system, iOS, allows you to use folders on your iPad. To create a folder, you will need to place and hold a finger on the app until it begins to jiggle. Once it is jiggling, drag your finger and app to another icon and release. Doing this creates a folder, categorizing both apps. If you don’t like the label, you can rename the folder.
All you have to do is utilize a VPN network to get to the remote servers. If you have a need to connect your iPad through a VPN connection, you need to enable the VPN feature available through Settings and Network. You are going to be prompted for both your username and the address of the server. If the server address is not something you personally know, contact your network administrator.
Did you know that when you are charging your iPad on a flat surface, it can take a while for the battery light to appear? Don’t panic! Plug it in and wait for a bit. The charging symbol will eventually appear and your iPad has been charging the entire time.
Do you need some help with organizing your busy schedule? Install a Google calendar on your iPad. Tap on the mail section of your settings and select calendars. Choose to add a calendar, select Google as your server and enter your Google account information. Your Google calendar will then be exported to your iPad calendar.
A great feature of the iPad is the zoom features. You can easily zoom in and out of any website by pinching with two fingers on the screen. This will help you select tiny links or features when they are larger. You can also double-tap on any image or text to enable auto-zoom.
Most people know that an SD card can be plugged into the iPad directly from their camera to view photos. Many people do not know that a connection kit can be purchased to connect your camera to your iPad. You can search the online Apple Store to find one for your camera.
It is very easy to switch between apps without wasting time going to the home screen. Press the home button twice and a bar will appear with all the running apps. This single trick is a great way to save time as opposed to needing to scroll through every screen.
Do you need to type something in all caps? Instead of tapping on the shift key before every letter, turn the caps lock on by tapping your shift key twice. This works on both shift keys. This function is also available on wireless keyboards but most keyboards have a caps lock key.
Use “erase” for your security. If someone is trying to enter your password code and gets it wrong 10 times, all the data on the device will be erased. After all, someone who is trying it 10 times in a row does not mean well, and you certainly don’t want them accessing your information.
Would you rather use a search engine other than Google on your iPad? You can easily change the default to your favorite search engine. Under your Safari Settings menu, select Search Engine. Once you are there, you will see options for Yahoo and Bing in addition to the default Google browser.
You can take a screenshot of your iPad in a very simple one-step process. Hold down on your home button as well as the power button at the same time. Release both after about one second. You should hear a camera sound go off, and your screen should go white. This means that a screenshot was taken, and it will be stored in your photos’ section.
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.
When your volume buttons don’t work, go to Settings, then General, and click on Sounds. Move the Change With Buttons slider to On to make them work. There is also a volume slider here, which can be used to adjust the volume directly.
Did you know you can change the apps at the bottom of your screen? If you find you’re not using those which are there, or you’d just like to switch them out, press and hold an icon until they begin to wiggle. Drag out those you don’t want and drag in those you do want.
Locate bookmarks easier. Simply always have the Bookmarks bar open. In the Safari Settings, choose “on” under the bookmarks bar. By doing this, you reduce the clicks and taps it takes to access your favorite sites.
Are you aware that you are able to add dates from your old Google calendar to your new iPhone calendar? Simply click SETTINGS followed by MAIL followed by CONTACTS. Lastly, you will click on CALENDARS. Add the account through this and click on the Other option after completed. Select the option Add CalDAV ACC and insert your Google log-in info.
Being let in on expert secrets is an amazing chance at learning all about the iPad. That said, you have to use what you’ve read, of course. If you don’t, you’ll find the iPad becomes nothing more than an expensive paperweight. Take the advice here and use it for amazing success.